I have a fairly crummy old projector with no component ins, which makes it a bad choice for HD gaming. The low res doesn’t really help either, but it does have a VGA in that allows it to run 1280x1024 in some sort of cut-away-all-the-pixels-that-can’t-fit-in-800x600-and-interpolate-the-rest kind of way.
That’s in theory, at least. Hooked up to my PC, it does its nasty trick fine, but when it meets the x360, it turns green. S-video and composite works fine, but for some peculiar reason, the VGA cord results in a seriously green-tinted image. Even if I put down the resolution to 640x480, it still fucks with the colours. It’s a BenQ 6100PB, used for … about 2700 hours.
Any good ideas as to why it decides to turn a perfectly fine VGA signal green? There’s nothing wrong with the cable, because when I hook it up to my 20" LCD monitor, the picture displays perfectly fine. Hooking the projector up to the computer works perfectly fine too.