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I cross posted this in the DVD Players forum.


Bottomline is that I'm not getting a signal from port 5, RGBHV.

I get a very poor, dark and rolling signal on port 4, RGsB.


Port 5 works great with my DISH 6000 set at 1080i.


Running out from the DVI-I through the DVI> VGA adaptor to a PC monitor works great.


Component into RPTV works great.


I'm using the DVI-I output at 1080i, DVI>VGA adaptor to VGA>5BNC into port 5. Similar results at 480p and 720p.


I'm figuring that the V880 is sending out positive synch.


There is a DVI custom settings menu that I'm looking at playing with.

DVI Custom Settings


Horizontal Freq.-------------Vertical Freq.

Video Width------------------Video Height

HSyncTotal-------------------PreHSync

HSyncActive------------------PostHSync

VSyncTotal-------------------PreVSync

VSyncActive------------------PostVSync

HSyncPolarity----------------VSyncPolarity


HSyncPolarity and VSyncPolarity are both set at 0001.


Does it look like my reasoning is on track? Or should I be looking in a different direction?


Any success stories from folks using this combination?
 

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Can't hurt to try changing those sync settings!


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Originally posted by Belcherwm
I'm figuring that the V880 is sending out positive synch.


Any success stories from folks using this combination?
I think your Barco port 5 does not support positive sync.


Use port 3, that support both and you get better quality anyway.

http://www.crtprojectors.co.uk/barco_faq.htm#Q:

Look this part, Will Barco Port 3 input provide improved performance over Port 4 / 5?


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http://www.crtprojectors.co.uk/port_3.jpg
 

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Use port 3, that support both and you get better quality anyway.
Agree,

I've solder my cable a month ago for almost the same combination (Yamakawa/bd808) and I am very satisfied with the result

You can set the switch on the (rgb?)board so it can accept both neg. and positive sync. (can find it in the manual of your bd808)

Peter (NL)
 
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