This is a late update to this thread. I was on business travel first week of June and got swamped upon my return, so didn't actually get a chance to setup and test things out quickly.
As it turned out, I made a mistake in the distance measurement. When my Monoprice Certified 15' cable arrived, it actually did not reach the length. I needed about 20' length. So I returned it, and instead ended up ordering a 25' (a few extra feet for good measure) AmazonBasics Cable as someone had advised.
Connected & Tested - Same problem!
4K @ 24Hz works.
4K @ 60Hz = "No Input"
I just returned that cable, and ordered an almost $100 Optic Fiber 25' cable from Amazon. Supposed to be here day after tomorrow. Got tired of trying to pocket a few dollars to see if it'll work, so going with Overkill to hopefully fix this issue.
If this cable doesn't fix this issue, I'll need to contact my dealer - will start looking like a Projector issue.
Some cable reviews on Amazon talked about some folks having "handshake" issues. I'm not entirely sure what that was about or what it entails - if anybody has any tips for me in that regards, please feel free to share.
Originally Posted by tommarra
I know this is a bit off topic - but if you are looking to do mostly movies on the projector, you might want to leave the refresh rate at 23p. Given the sync time (3-5 seconds) everything the resolution changes, i have found leaving the PC at 23 HZ results in smoother user experience. (since most video content is 23p) If you are gaming or using the projector for actual PC use then of course leaving at 60 fps is probably the way to go.
I do agree with you, however, mine is Case #2
, so I do need 60Hz. Even for the Media Player, I use Kodi, and there is a very noticeable judder/difference when simply using the Kodi interface/Library to browse around, if you use 23p. It does the refresh-rate switching when playing back media.