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Is the VGA input on par with the Component input? One better than the other? I heard this port was flawed on this projector. Can't remember why...

The VGA input on my HD1000 is the weakest area of all for the projector. While I've heard that neither the VGA or component input are capable of 1:1 pixel mapping, I use the component input all the time and notice only the slightest difference between it and the HDMI input. The difference is so small that I usually don't bother using the HDMI for my cable box or my Xbox360 (both of which are capable) because it's easier for me to switch sources on my non-HDMI pre/pro. VGA, on the other hand, looks pretty bad no matter which sources I've tried (both the 360 and my HTPC). It's watchable from the HTPC, but I found it essentially unusable from the 360.


So, in short, the component inputs are very good. The VGA input is pretty lousy.
 

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Now are we talking about the 3 (R/G/B) component cables on one end with the VGA computer terminal on the other? Thats the cable you guys are plugging into the VGA...right?

I wasn't. Only used VGA cable from HTPC and Xbox VGA connector.
 

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I wonder if it will be better with the cable I'm talking about. Maybe not. VGA from the PJ splits into R/B/G and then I use 3 female adapters to plug them into the R/B/G component to the Xbox360
 
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