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Are there any difference between the Acer GD235HZ BID and the LCD because I have the LCD 3D I can't play my Xbox 360 on it because the resolution doesn't look sharp at all it look blurry...

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The native resolution of the monitor is 1080p, so this should give the best results. What is the resolution setting on the XBox?

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

  • hardenbruno Apr 05, 2011

    The resolution on the Xbox 360 its 1080p or 1920x1080. Acer make a big mistake by not putting sharpness setting in the OSD display menu because I can't find it anywhere does anyone know if its there that will help a lot please thank you...

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