I'm not sure why...but everything just started appearing more than once on my T.V and there are lines going across in two's... DLP Projection TV Specifications Screen Size 62" diagonal Screen Aspect 16:9 Displayable Colors 16.77 million colors Data Signals (N/A) TV Scan Lines 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i Input Terminals Composite Video 3 (RCA) S-Video 3 (4-pin mini DIN) Component Video 2 (RCA x 3) HDMI Digital Interface 1 (19-pin HDMI interface) Stereo Audio In 3 (RCA L/R) Output Terminals Composite Video 1 (RCA) Stereo Audio Out 1 (RCA L/R) DLP TV Accessories Speakers Built In Dimensions and General Specs …

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I have a macbook dual loaded with both osx and windows xp. So I only ever need to carry around one laptop, makes things easy. I wanted to know if anyone knows of a good portable projector I could hook to my macbook. This way I don't have to carry an extra bag just for a projector. I can put it in my laptop bag. I was looking into the [URL="http://www.benq.us/products/Projector/?product=854"]benq joybee gp1[/URL] as well as the [URL="http://www.aaxatech.com/products/m2_micro_projector.htm"]aaxa tech m2[/URL]. Both seem decent enough, but I'm looking for the best.. I appreciate the help :)

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I recently bought a new tv for my upstairs room and replaced my old projector/CRT TV. I still wish to use my old speakers on my new tv, but there are no ports on the back of my new tv that would allow me to connect the speakers. Below are some images which show what kind of connection the speakers use on my old TV, as i dont know the actual name for the port. My question is, are there any types of 'converters' that i can use to plug the speakers into my new hdtv? Anything similar to how …

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Hello, In my program I have clipping planes setup for 60 degree field of view. I understand that near plane is in front of the camera and the far plane is further away from the camera. I would like to have a large field of view, let' say more than 200 degrees (the most I can go of course is 360, of course). But anything starting with 180, makes the far plane to be behind the Near plane. How should I set the transformation matrix for large FOVs? Anyone had experiences with that? Thanks. PS. My program is in dx8.

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