'm not even sure I know what that means. Does it mean more than just hooking stuff up again? It was blurry from the first menu on-- from the moment I turned the dvd player on (it's not hooked up to any receiver, so I can't test it with an tv image)...
Most DVD players have a "set-up" menu...where you set things like language, audio, etc. I'll bet if you hook it up, and then set the player up according to the menu choices, you'll be ok.
Oh sad day!
I live in a remote Hungarian town where my only sanctuary is my cinema room. Almost have it dialed in. Got the projector properly mounted on the ceiling only last month.
And today it happened: mid-way through a film--POP!--plunged into darkness. Yup, after a mere 300 hours of use ON ECONOMIC MODE the bulb in my BenQ 6100 projector blew, the projector I so arrogantly showed off to so many. Oh sad day!
And so I go online to see what gives. Was there too much moisture in the room? Well, turns out that there I am not alone. Seems 300 hours is the life of this bulb. It either blows or declines in brightness significantly. $400 to replace shoddy product? Penniless and unemployed...until that oh so lucrative teaching position at the high school starts allowing enough extra pocket money for an imported beer in a month.
Lest you think this post is merely to solicit sympathy (and it mostly is) it is also a posted caveat to those considering the BenQ 6110 (new model) or who have a current BenQ product. Be prepared for a sorry day.
I'm sad, distraught, hurt, and utterly pissed (in both the English sense and the American as I'm taking the edge off my sorrow with Hungarian hazi palinka!
Curse you, BenQ!