|Originally posted by jolaca|
Actually, it is weird, I could changed it initially from the video composite input and then I turned on the PC2 component.
I am also using RCA to BNC adaptors so this should not be a problem.
BTW, I will like to know your best calibration settings. I did not get into the service menu but, I prefer the image with R (-5) G(-90) B(-10)...what about you??
can't really comment on the best cal settings since my dad's projector went to wm for a cal and
i setup it up w/o changing the settings. i do know that wm's cal corrects that green cast that
seems to come from the factory.
the one thing i learned from doing this install was to hate what ever party decided that dvi was
the proper transport for HDCP encrypted signals w/o taking into account projectors.
during the install, we went thru 2 fiber optic 20m dvi cables. one was DOA and the other failed
during the fishing process (luckily, we were able to exchange the first one and the second worked
prior to installation.) i suspect that the connectors are relatively fragile since the cable itself
should be pretty robust (multiple layers of kevlar sheathing and core)
also, the freaking connector is huge and makes it impossible to replace the cable if the conduit
or hole is shared w/ other cables. ie, we ended up cutting off the connector in order to pull
the faulty cable out. couldn't send that cable back to the manufacturer.
we ended up running a totally parallel cableway for the second replacement cable.
luckily, we were able to get our hands on a 15m and a 20m pair of lindy SLAC cables.
tested both before installation and decided to run the 20m since it looked like the 15m
might have been a tad short. during subsequent testing, it became obvious that the 20m
cable was exhibiting sparklies. pulled that cable and installed the 15m.
just barely long enough. the 15m lindy SLAC cable worked w/o sparklies.
three more feet and i would have opted to run wiremold up the walls and across the ceiling.
the 75' six conductor broadcast grade cable to carry Y, Pb, Pr, V and s-video required a minimal
hole and was very robust and easy to install. i was happy to only install that one once.