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Sony 4K Projector Won't Work with FIOS TV One box

Sony 4K Projector Won't Work with FIOS TV One box

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Contributor Philly215
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Sony VPL 295es native 4K projector won't work with new FIOS TV one box.  I connected the box directly to the projector and cannot get a picture to display. 

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Is the box setup to display 4K out? How long is HDMI cable to projector? Is projector setup to accept any input resolution? Have you checked output of box with another TV to make sure it's working?

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I use a firewire adapter coming out of my phone going to a projector.  Always worked fine but now I am getting 

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I think they block the signal from streaming out so you cant record the content on an external device.   I tunes does this even if you buy a movie, it can't be played on a projector.  I think they are doing the same thing.  

Contributor Philly215
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I checked all of the things you suggested, but for some reason, the signal from the set top box will not display.  However, when I route the TV One box signal through my 4k compatible receiver...voilà!!   IT'S ALIVE!!!  For some reason, the projector prefers the signal from the receiver.

 

Thanks for helping me solve this mystery.

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