Question about RCA Scenium HDLP61W151 61 in. HD-Ready Television
(No longer listed on Amazon.) The most likely reason for no display is not matching the scan rates. Your TV is either 1080i (1920x1080x30) HxVxrate or 720p (1280x720x60) high definition. That's its native display but it may accept both but not 1080p. The computer must be set to one of those. The TV will not accommodate, well it may accept 480i or 480p (720x480x30 or 60) for standard definition and that could be 640x480. Go to your computer display controls and see which resolutions are available and it may be different in mirrored versus extended mode. If the signal comes from a TV DVI source and is converted to HDMI, it will not include sound. There may also be a problem with copy protection (HDCP) as your computer may be fussier than the TV. -Ken
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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