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    tman77

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    Joined: Aug 23, 2004
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      Posted: 2004-08-27 02:12



    Does anyone have any experiences with hooking up your computer to your HDTV.How the picture quality is ,etc.

    I have a Radeon 9800 Vid card with a DVI output connection.Ive seen adapter cables with DVI to HDMI (I have a KV32HS420 with a HDMI input) and was wondering if it would even work or if DVI is specificly intented for LCD displays.

    Thanks for any info


       


    dontsleep33
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    Joined: May 03, 2008
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    From: MG,Brazil

      Posted: 2004-08-27 02:25

    Yeah,it will work.Have fun!

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    onlyinfresno

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    Joined: Oct 25, 2004
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    From: Fresno, Ca

      Posted: 2004-10-25 17:31

    Hey Tman, get a DVI to HDMI cable (about $120) at Bestbuy.  Little steep if u ask me but I didn't want to wait. lol  Anyway, you will find that your max resolution will probably be 800X600 and will have to use the "screen" button to zoom it in.  I use 640X480 and in my opinion, it's definitely sufficient.  I've tried to obtain higher as the manual says it will support up to 1080i but i believe it has to do with the video card and how it recognizes the TV.  If anyone else has more info, let me know on that.


       
    preston

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    Joined: Jul 13, 2005
    Posts: 3
    From: Missouri

      Posted: 2005-07-13 15:56

    Tman (or anyone with a similar TV),

    I have the same TV, and wanted to build a media pc for it.  How does yours look?  Sharp as a monitor, or close? 

    [ This message was edited by: preston on 2005-07-13 23:27 ]


       
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