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    Hey everyone. I just purchased a Lilliput XGA touchscreen and am having problems with the composite inputs. I thought that it would simply be plug-n-play, however I spent probably about an hour messing around with the settings without any success.

    VGA works perfectly and I can hear sound when I'm in composite video mode, I just simply can't see any image! "No Video" just displays on the screen. I've tried to push my USB plug in all the way and it still doesn't work. I tried to get the inputs to switch using the OSD menu and it appears that "s connector" is VIDEO 1 (however I don't have any s-video inputs). Is this odd or is it just me?

    Please help me out. The reason why I bought a lilliput was because it was cheap and had 2 video inputs. Rahh!

  • #2
    First off, plug something else into it to see whether it's your monitor having problems
    or the sending device.
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    • #3
      I have! I tried many different inputs. (Camera, Playstation, VCR) So far, VGA only works perfectly...I can't see any image on composite . HELP Please...im so sad right now. (just got the monitor 2 days ago and i'm already sad.)

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      • #4
        It's safe to assume you hit the video source button to select VIDEO1 or 2, right?
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        • #5
          Yes, it's safe. I've tried on the remote and on the screen itself. PC/AV still just "No Video".

          There shouldn't be any settings that I need configure before seeing composite video right? No NTSC settings or anything like that right? Well, even if that was the case, I played around with most of them. I can't believe this, is there something wrong with my new monitor!? If true, then

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          • #6
            Make sure that your RCA video in is plugged into the YELLOW plug of the wierd fake usb connector and not the RED or WHITE ones? I got mine to work simply but plugging it in, turning it on and pressing the source button...

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            • #7
              could ba a bad cable, mine wouldnt do vga until I resoldered a bad conn

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              • #8
                Originally posted by chargin
                could ba a bad cable, mine wouldnt do vga until I resoldered a bad conn
                Turns out that it was a bad cable. The guy that I bought it from said that Lilliput's cables had a 4% chance of being defective. I had to return the cable back to him today so I could get a new one. I hope he's right. Those bastards!

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                • #9
                  Make sure it's a TSV model. The TS model doesn't have active composite inputs.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ppgt94
                    Make sure it's a TSV model. The TS model doesn't have active composite inputs.

                    Haha, not to make you look like you didn't read ppgt94, but as stated in the header, this is a Lilliput, not Xenarc..

                    thanks anyways though.

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                    • #11
                      Here are a couple of ideas:

                      I plug my laptop into my home receiver via USB. If it becomes disconnected, or the receiver's protective circuitry overloads, it messes up the USB- this requires me to restart for it to work properly again.

                      Also, just a thought, but I have to have the USB plugged in before I bootup in order for the audio to work properly. Try plugging in your monitor, THEN boot up your computer

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                      Another idea:
                      Go to Control Panel and look for settings there. They could be in DISPLAY, but more than likely they would be wherever your video card settings are. Mine are in Control Panel -> Intel Extreme Graphics. When I use my S-Video out on my laptop, I have to go here to specify how to use the second monitor.

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