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Anyway to increase screen res. while using pc?

The manual states that the max res. it can accept from a pc is 1024x728, I was wondering if there is something I can purchase that will allow me to display a much higher res.

I want to purchase a new video card and thought there may be something out that that will convert the res to a an acceptable HD format that the tv can recognize if that makes sense.

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No, no way to change. The imager in the unit is the physical and electronic limitation. To change that would require all new supporting electronics and optics.

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