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Jun 25, 2009 12:10 PM
My Mit hc4900 will not work with the following bluray players Samsung BD1600 or BD3600 it will not work with the LG BD390 but does work with the LG BD370 does anyone have a idear why it only works with the LG 370? I have call Mits,LG and Samsung tech no help
Jun 2, 2009 8:38 PM
Most DVDs' and Blu rays that I have audio recorded in 5.1 sound. I have a Yamaha RX-V659 receiver that I have 7.1 sound hooked to. The problem that I am having is that I cannot get sound out of the rear speakers. The front two, center, subwoofer, and the two speakers I have mid room work but I cannot get the back two speakers to do anything if it is a 5.1 surround disc.
Anyone know a way to make my receiver play in 7.1 on a disc recorded in 5.1?
Mar 16, 2009 9:39 AM
How do you hook a Wii to a projector? It has RCA to hook it to a regular TV and I could hook it up dirctly to the projector but then I would have no sound.
My projector is a Mitsublshi HC 4900
My receiver is a Yamaha RX V563
My HD DVD player is a Toshiba HD-A3
My Blu Ray player is a Sony PS3
Sound for the HT is currently hooked up via optical cable from the PS3 and HD DVD player. I am just not sure how to get the audio signal to the receiver and the video signal to the projector.
Dec 30, 2008 11:01 PM
The projector has not been a disappointment at all, don't get me wrong. I probably would not even be worrying about it or noticing it if I wasn't reading forums like this. Just to know that there can be better is a little frustrating if it takes nothing but money to get.
Now, will the grey screen hurt my contrast or color that I see now? My HT is 100% light controlled.
I've tried to keep the reflection to a minimum also but I still gotta listen to the better half on some things.
Dec 30, 2008 2:57 PM
I have about 300 houors on my projector now and love it. One problem that I knew about before I bought it was the black levels it could produce. I have tried messing with the black levels but even the increased black setings seem to make the blacks overpowering. My screen I made myself with a sheet of black out cloth from the fabric store.
I guess my question is if there is anything I can do to help the projector acheive better blacks? New type of fabric is possible but buying a high dollar screen is not an option I am willing to commit to right now. So any ideas would be appriciated. Maybe a grey color screen cloth.
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