Question about Televison & Video
For the record I have a playstation 3 running to tx100 through hdmi to
dvi adapter. It does all resolution no probs, including 720p,1080i and
1080p (which tx100 does do smoothly through dvi). My denon upscaling
dvd player works fine too. In fact the tx100 looks totally awsome with
PS3 games and Blu-ray.
Maybe your dvi lead is the wrong type (i think there are 2 types) or perhaps you could test with a differrent piece of DVI kit in case it's your pioneer causing probs? Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
SOURCE: 1080p high def issues
The HDMI cable I had originally wasn't a good enough quality. I purchased an HDMI v1.3 cable and everything works at 1080p. You don't need to pay loads for a cable, got mine from Play for £9.99.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
You have to go into the blueray player menu and select the type of output. And, yes the display on the TV will automatically indicate the type signal it receives from the source.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Make sure your TV does indeed support the resolutions you are trying to use. Some low quality HDMI cables can also be troublesome in higher resolution so try one you are sure to work.
Regarding to the desktop only being extended when using the RGB cables, try bringing up the desktop properties window, select the TV as the primary monitor and select "Use this monitor as Primary monitor". You might have to drag the windows Taskbar over to the other monitor, just rightclick the taskbar, uncheck "Lock the Taskbar" and drag it over to the other monitor.
Hope you find this solution helpful, and please rate it if you do so..
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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