[mythtv-users] Re: [OT] *Real* High-Def TV!
mario.mailing at gmail.com
Sun May 22 16:24:34 UTC 2005
I'm not particularly sure how my LCD did this, but when I took DVI
from my HD cable box, the LCD switched over to 1920x1079 60Hz (per the
info screen on the LCD). It doesn't really seem right that it should
have been able to do this, since its only a 19" LCD that normally has
a native res of 1280x1024.
It also gave me a message as soon as the picture popped up telling me
that "This isn't the native resolution of this LCD....." or something
like that, and to switch to 1280x1024.
Its a Samsung 930B btw.
On 5/22/05, Boleslaw Ciesielski <bolek-mythtv at curl.com> wrote:
> Matt Mossholder wrote:
> > It's my understanding that this is a limitation of HDMI/DVI, not
> > something that Samsung chose not to implement. It doesn't support enough
> > bandwidth to do 1080p.
> This is not true. There are several LCD monitors (e.g. Dell 2405FP) that
> support 1920x1200 (progressive of course) over DVI. It requires the
> "reduced blanking interval", but still within the spec.
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