Question about Televison & Video
Hi guys ! I just bought the HD TV LG 29MN33 monitor 2in1 and I just cannot get the correct res on this, it says 1366x768 is the recommended one even though it's not the highest res available ( the highest is 1920x1080. if I switch to the higher one, or the highest one desktop display is correct in scale, icons are correct in scale but everything is absolutely blurry and i kid you not, my head starts to hurt in 3min of workin like that. this monitor doesn't have a diver with it, it's lug and play sistem since and i'm connecting it via HDMI cable with my Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 DD, and I know that this card is capable of much higher res then 1920, but i'd be happy if I get it to work on this one. any suggestions on this would be greatly appreciated :) all best and thank you for you help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Im no expert on the subject, but I use my L37 for a monitor, and use just the vga adapter. It works good as a monitor, and both dvds and my hdtv wonder tuner card look great through the vga connection. They do make adapters for dvi to hdmi. Although, hdmi also carries sound, but you wont get that out of your dvi output from your card. So you might not have sound when using that connection, as your tv may not look to the headphone type jack used for sound imput from your computer when you select the hdmi source on it. If you have speakers already connected to your computer you may not care. Also if you have a 720 p Vizio, 1366x768 is the highest resolution you are going to get out of it anyway, if I'm not mistaken. I'm Not sure why you would need 2 connectios to the same monitor either. I posted 1 link below because they had several dvi to hdmi adapters. Hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
1080p refers to the resolution you get when watching television. When you're using the TV as a computer monitor a different resolution scale applies. In other words, television resolution and computer resolution are measured differently.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
There should be a Zoom button on your remote control (Around the Teletext area, the word "WIDE" is below it) Select 'Zoom 1' and the TV Will display true 1920x1080 for your PC...
This is not a problem of any sort... for some reason the TV is defult to 'Zoom 2'
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Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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What I suspected from your description of problem is that there is some kind of compatibility issue or content protection when you plug in an additional HDMI to DVI converter.
I am also using an Airtel HD connection, though however, I wouldn't need any kind of converter because I am directly connecting HDMI cable to my LCD and it works like a wonder. I set up my box output resolution to 1080i and there is no display resolution mismatch. Not even at other resolutions.
Airtel is using 1920x1080 resolution in signal transmission, so the possibility of 1079 from there end is ruled out, otherwise, the same problem would have been observed when direct HDMI cable is being used. I hope you understand my point.
Now you might also ask why you weren't able to see this problem when you connect the monitor to your PC graphics card. I would like to tell you that graphic cards are very versatile and does have the capability of 1:1 pixel mapping, so there you wouldn't see any such problem.
read this link for more http://www.hdtvsupply.com/hdtodvico.html , where a person is able to match resolution using a similar converter.
I believe the converter you use isn't able to do 1:1 pixel mapping and is actually downgrading the resolution which your monitor is not able to support.
You can try out other resolution type from the STB and if you still see similar problems, then you may need to get an alternative converter.
Follow these steps to change the STB resolution type;
Enter the Menu from STB remote -> scroll to 'My Settings' -> Enter 'System Setup' -> 'HD Setup'. Here you change to a lower resolution and press ok from remote.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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