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HDTV on Mag LT776s

Is there some reason I can't display HDTV from my Dish receiver on the Mag LT776s monitor. I'm using an HDMI to DVI cable from the rcvr to the monitor. The receiver is set to output 720p HD video. Seems like it should work into the DVI input but I get no video. After connecting, I turn the monitor on and get the 'lost signal' box for a second or two then nothing. Can't get menu to come up. Monitor works fine when connected to computer through a VGA-DVI cable. Thanks.

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That monitor wont produce the 1280x720 resolution. It isnt hdtv ready

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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