[mythtv-users] My TV doesnt like input from computers
shanonmulleyster at gmail.com
Sun Jun 4 10:12:31 UTC 2006
That number looks nothing like anything currently in my xorg.conf (I'm
assuming thats where it goes). Up until now I was looking at the
HorizSync property - is that the right one to be playing around with?
On 6/4/06, Robin Gilks <g8ecj at gilks.org> wrote:
> > ok. That sounds like its worth a try.
> > So how do I find out what frequency to use? I have tried googling it,
> > but found nothing. Do I just try frequencies at random? Should I put a
> > range in, or a single number?
> Its pretty straightforward to work out
> I'm not sure if you are in a PAL or NTSC country but for example in PAL
> its 625 lines 25 times per second (actually half this number 50 times a
> second but they are interlaced to reduce screen flicker).
> 625 x 25 = 15.625KHz
> When I was younger!! I could hear the loose ferrite cores on loptex's (as
> they are known in the trade - Line Output Transformer) but now that sound
> and the squeak of bats is but a memory :-(
> Robin Gilks
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