Question about Philips 23PF5320 23 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
I have a windows XP machine with dual SLi cards. When I use the VGA input to the Philips TV/Monitor I get a decent picture. My thought was the digital output would be even better. I purchased a $50 DVI cable from Best Buy and find that the picture is much worse than the cheap VGA cable...I've tried playing with all the settings I could find but to no avail. You can barely read the screen. Any thoughts before I give up on this set as a digital monitor?
I have the same TV and I found that increasing the DPI percentage (Dots Per Inch) you could reduce the fuzzy stuff, but in its still no where close to being the same quality as VGA. Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
You need to set the PC screen resolution to as neear as possible to the TV's pixel resolution - 1366 x 768
Try 1360 x 768, or failing that, 1280 x 768.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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