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Not sure if anyone has any ideas here, but i'm trying to connect my Macbook to a Sharp lc52le700un. I have a 15' Mini-DP to HDMI cable from Monoprice and while the laptop does see the TV and tries to bring it up at 1920x1080 I don't get any kind of visual response from the TV. I've screwed around with Switchresx for hours and tried almost every conceivable setting and come up empty - black screen every time.

On a whim, i took the Dell Precision M6500 running Ubuntu that I use for work, attached a display port to DVI adapter and a DVI to HDMI cable and it did true plug and play and worked instantly.

Here's what linux reports as the timings:

(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): --- EDID for SHARP HDMI (DFP-1) ---
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): EDID Version : 1.3
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Manufacturer : SHP
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Monitor Name : SHARP HDMI
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Product ID : 4126
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): 32-bit Serial Number : 0
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Serial Number String :
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Manufacture Date : 2008, week 255
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): DPMS Capabilities : Active Off
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Prefer first detailed timing : Yes
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Supports GTF : No
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Maximum Image Size : 820mm x 460mm
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Valid HSync Range : 15.0 kHz - 75.0 kHz
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Valid VRefresh Range : 23 Hz - 76 Hz
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): EDID maximum pixel clock : 170.0 MHz

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(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Detailed Timings:
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): Pixel Clock : 148.50 MHz
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): HRes, HSyncStart : 1920, 2008
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): HSyncEnd, HTotal : 2052, 2200
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): VRes, VSyncStart : 1080, 1084
(--) Jul 11 21:52:54 NVIDIA(0): VSyncEnd, VTotal : 1089, 1125

I've tried to derive what I think the porch values might be from that range, but i haven't succeeded in getting it to work.

What's even more infuriating is that i tried maybe a dozen or so different resolution choices in linux and the TV supported them all.

Am i missing something completely fundamental here?
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I have a Pioneer Kuro 8G 428XD that i am struggeling with...
I can't find the right settings for SwitchResX.

Can anyone help?
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I' am so tired of this biiip now, tried both displayconfigx and switchresx.
I can get vertical perfect, but when i try to get the horizontal rigth, it goes crazy...

When i make the resulution smaller from 1920 to 1800 for an example it makes a 3-4 cm black border to the right and no mather how i change front
and back porch, it stays the same place.
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Hello,

I used the guide from this topic to modify my resolution and after some time I was able to get below resolution to work with my Mac Mini on my Philips 32' LCD TV (from 2006). When I use the standard 720p or 1080i I have black bars on the side and when I use overscan the picture doesnt fit on the screen. I was able to run below resolution settings after some testing.

However, when I then restart the Mini the picture all of a sudden gets messed up. There are white and orange patches on the screen and then later I it seems like a pixels got scrambled over the screen.

I dont understand this because my TV was able to run that resolution, it goes wrong after restarting. Anyone got a clue what to do?



Custom resolution
Use simplified settings: unticked
Pixel clock: 74.25
Interlaced: unticked

Horitzontal/Vertical

Active: 1216/686
Front porch: 142/22
Sync width: 40/5
Back porch: 252/37
Blanking: 434/64
Total: 1650/750
Scan rate: 45/60
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I have a 2010 model 58v10, which the main board has been replaced. I am not sure if the company that did the replacement (a Panny hired company) replaced the board with an older version or not. I can't remember, but it seems that the overscan is worse since its been replaced but I can't tell for sure.

When I do an export EDID using switchresx, I don't see a 24Hz setting. I am trying to calculate the values to eliminate the black bars when overscan is turned off. If anyone here has that set, could you try exporting your EDID and let me know what you have? Here are my numbers.


Monitor Description blocks:
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Descriptor #0 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1920 x 1080 @ 60.000Hz
Pixel Clock............. 148.50 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1920 pixels 1080 lines
Front Porch............. 88 pixels 4 lines
Sync Width.............. 44 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 148 pixels 36 lines
Blanking................ 280 pixels 45 lines
Total................... 2200 pixels 1125 lines
Scan Rate............... 67.500 kHz 60.000 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Descriptor #1 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1920 x 540 @ 60.053Hz
Pixel Clock............. 74.25 MHz Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1920 pixels 540 lines
Front Porch............. 88 pixels 2 lines
Sync Width.............. 44 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 148 pixels 15 lines
Blanking................ 280 pixels 22 lines
Total................... 2200 pixels 562 lines
Scan Rate............... 33.750 kHz 60.053 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Descriptor #2 - Monitor name:
Panasonic-TV

Descriptor #3 - Monitor limits:
Horizontal frequency range.......15-68 kHz
Vertical frequency range.........23-61 Hz
Maximum bandwidth unspecified
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hi guys i have an samsung ln32c530 connected to my macbook via minidvi>vga.

i'm using osx standard display manager to configure it with 1920x1080@60Hz, but i'm getting some ghosts...
Is it because i'm using a vga cable or i can fix that with switchresX?

also at 1280x720 i got some ghosts but osx won't let me set to 1280x720@60Hz... it only enables 1280x720@75Hz

i've exported my tvs edid:
Code:
Monitor Description blocks:
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        Descriptor #0 - Timing definition:
        Mode = 1920 x 1080 @ 60,000Hz
                Pixel Clock............. 148,50 MHz             Non-Interlaced

                                        Horizontal              Vertical
                Active.................. 1920 pixels            1080 lines
                Front Porch.............   88 pixels               4 lines
                Sync Width..............   44 pixels               5 lines
                Back Porch..............  148 pixels              36 lines
                Blanking................  280 pixels              45 lines
                Total................... 2200 pixels            1125 lines
                Scan Rate...............  67,500 kHz             60,000 Hz

                Image Size..............  886 mm                 498 mm
                Border..................    0 pixels               0 lines

                        Sync: Digital separate with
                                * Positive vertical polarity
                                * Positive horizontal polarity

        Descriptor #1 - Timing definition:
        Mode = 1360 x 768 @ 60,015Hz
                Pixel Clock............. 85,50 MHz              Non-Interlaced

                                        Horizontal              Vertical
                Active.................. 1360 pixels             768 lines
                Front Porch.............   64 pixels               3 lines
                Sync Width..............  112 pixels               6 lines
                Back Porch..............  256 pixels              18 lines
                Blanking................  432 pixels              27 lines
                Total................... 1792 pixels             795 lines
                Scan Rate...............  47,712 kHz             60,015 Hz

                Image Size..............  886 mm                 498 mm
                Border..................    0 pixels               0 lines

                        Sync: Digital separate with
                                * Positive vertical polarity
                                * Positive horizontal polarity

        Descriptor #2 - Monitor limits:
                Horizontal frequency range.......30-81 kHz
                Vertical frequency range.........60-75 Hz
                Maximum bandwidth unspecified

        Descriptor #3 - Monitor name:
                        SAMSUNG
so what can i do?
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Sorry to bump an old thread, but I just can not figure out how to get my Hitachi 57S700 to show anything at all from my PowerBook 17" Titanium. Does anyone have any ideas?
Thanks. (Warning: All this is way over my head, so please speak slooowly.)

Color LCD

Descriptor #0 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1440 x 900 @ 59.939Hz
Pixel Clock............. 96.21 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1440 pixels 900 lines
Front Porch............. 64 pixels 3 lines
Sync Width.............. 32 pixels 3 lines
Back Porch.............. 224 pixels 6 lines
Blanking................ 320 pixels 12 lines
Total................... 1760 pixels 912 lines
Scan Rate............... 54.665 kHz 59.939 Hz

Image Size.............. 367 mm 230 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity

HITACHI PTV

Descriptor #0 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1920 x 540 @ 60.053Hz
Pixel Clock............. 74.25 MHz Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1920 pixels 540 lines
Front Porch............. 88 pixels 2 lines
Sync Width.............. 44 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 148 pixels 15 lines
Blanking................ 280 pixels 22 lines
Total................... 2200 pixels 562 lines
Scan Rate............... 33.750 kHz 60.053 Hz

Image Size.............. 16 mm 9 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Descriptor #1 - Timing definition:
Mode = 720 x 480 @ 59.940Hz
Pixel Clock............. 27.00 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 720 pixels 480 lines
Front Porch............. 16 pixels 9 lines
Sync Width.............. 62 pixels 6 lines
Back Porch.............. 60 pixels 30 lines
Blanking................ 138 pixels 45 lines
Total................... 858 pixels 525 lines
Scan Rate............... 31.469 kHz 59.940 Hz

Image Size.............. 4 mm 3 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity

Descriptor #2 - Monitor name:
HITACHI PTV

Descriptor #3 - Monitor limits:
Horizontal frequency range.......15-46 kHz
Vertical frequency range.........59-61 Hz
Maximum bandwidth unspecified
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They are both JDM products so it might be different than what is overseas, not sure.. I have the late 09 MB with a mini DisplayPort and the official Apple DVI adapter (has worked on other TVs with no problems).
Just picked up a Panasonic TH-L37S2, (In Japan, marketed as an S-series TV..) it doesnt really look like any of their current US 37" models but closest to the TC-L37C22
Then again, Japan has Viera-branded cell phones (I dont think any other countries even have Panasonic cells at all) so this model might not even have one that corresponds overseas.

I tried using GTF with a horizontal resolution of 1920 pixels, restarted and it has a status of "Not Activated - Invalid?"
Can't figure out what to do.. Anyone got a good idea?

The EDID for it is


DDC block report generated by SwitchResX version 4.2.3 for display
PanasonicTV0


Monitor Description blocks:
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Descriptor #0 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1920 x 1080 @ 60.000Hz
Pixel Clock............. 148.50 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1920 pixels 1080 lines
Front Porch............. 88 pixels 4 lines
Sync Width.............. 44 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 148 pixels 36 lines
Blanking................ 280 pixels 45 lines
Total................... 2200 pixels 1125 lines
Scan Rate............... 67.500 kHz 60.000 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Descriptor #1 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1920 x 540 @ 60.053Hz
Pixel Clock............. 74.25 MHz Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1920 pixels 540 lines
Front Porch............. 88 pixels 2 lines
Sync Width.............. 44 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 148 pixels 15 lines
Blanking................ 280 pixels 22 lines
Total................... 2200 pixels 562 lines
Scan Rate............... 33.750 kHz 60.053 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Descriptor #2 - Monitor name:
PanasonicTV0

Descriptor #3 - Monitor limits:
Horizontal frequency range.......15-68 kHz
Vertical frequency range.........23-61 Hz
Maximum bandwidth unspecified


-----------------------------------------------------
------------ EXTENSION EDID BLOCK 1 ---------------
-----------------------------------------------------

CEA-EXT: CEA 861 Series Extension:
----------------------------------
Revision:..............................3
First DTD block at offset..............23
Display Supports:
basic audio
YCbCr 4:4:4
YCbCr 4:2:2

Data Block Collection #1 - Type 2
Video Type: standard CEA Timings
#1: 1920 x 1080p @ 59.94/60Hz - 16:9 - '1080p' is native (16)
#2: 1920 x 1080i @ 59.94/60Hz - 16:9 - '1080i' is not native (5)
#3: 1920 x 1080p @ 23.98/24Hz - 16:9 - '1080p24' is not native (32)
#4: 1280 x 720p @ 59.94/60Hz - 16:9 - '720p' is not native (4)
#5: 720 x 480p @ 59.94/60Hz - 16:9 - '480pH' is not native (3)
#6: 720 x 480p @ 59.94/60Hz - 4:3 - '480p' is not native (2)
#7: 720(1440) x 480i @ 59.94/60Hz - 16:9 - '480iH' is not native (7)
#8: 720(1440) x 480i @ 59.94/60Hz - 4:3 - '480i' is not native (6)
#9: 640 x 480p @ 59.94/60Hz - 4:3 - 'DMT0659' is not native (1)

Data Block Collection #2 - Type 1
Audio Type Block
Supported format: Linear Pulse Code Modulation (LPCM), on 2 channels
Supported freq: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz,
Supported bit depth: 16 bit,

Data Block Collection #3 - Type 3
Vendor specific Identifier
Found HDMI IEEE Registration Identifier - Deactivated by SwitchResX4
CEC physical address........... 1.0.0.0
Supports AI (ACP, ISRC)........ Yes
Supports 48bpp color depth..... No
Supports 36bpp color depth..... Yes
Supports 30bpp color depth..... Yes
Supports YCbCr 4:4:4........... Yes
Supports dual-link DVI......... No
Maximum TMDS clock............. 190 MHz

Detailed Timing Blocks - 1 is native

Detailed Timing Block #1 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1280 x 720 @ 60.000Hz
Pixel Clock............. 74.25 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1280 pixels 720 lines
Front Porch............. 110 pixels 5 lines
Sync Width.............. 40 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 220 pixels 20 lines
Blanking................ 370 pixels 30 lines
Total................... 1650 pixels 750 lines
Scan Rate............... 45.000 kHz 60.000 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity

Detailed Timing Block #2 - Timing definition:
Mode = 720 x 480 @ 59.940Hz
Pixel Clock............. 27.00 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 720 pixels 480 lines
Front Porch............. 16 pixels 9 lines
Sync Width.............. 62 pixels 6 lines
Back Porch.............. 60 pixels 30 lines
Blanking................ 138 pixels 45 lines
Total................... 858 pixels 525 lines
Scan Rate............... 31.469 kHz 59.940 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity

Detailed Timing Block #3 - Timing definition:
Mode = 720 x 480 @ 59.940Hz
Pixel Clock............. 27.00 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 720 pixels 480 lines
Front Porch............. 16 pixels 9 lines
Sync Width.............. 62 pixels 6 lines
Back Porch.............. 60 pixels 30 lines
Blanking................ 138 pixels 45 lines
Total................... 858 pixels 525 lines
Scan Rate............... 31.469 kHz 59.940 Hz

Image Size.............. 523 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity

Detailed Timing Block #4 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1440 x 240 @ 60.054Hz
Pixel Clock............. 27.00 MHz Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1440 pixels 240 lines
Front Porch............. 38 pixels 4 lines
Sync Width.............. 124 pixels 3 lines
Back Porch.............. 114 pixels 15 lines
Blanking................ 276 pixels 22 lines
Total................... 1716 pixels 262 lines
Scan Rate............... 15.734 kHz 60.054 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity

Detailed Timing Block #5 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1440 x 240 @ 60.054Hz
Pixel Clock............. 27.00 MHz Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1440 pixels 240 lines
Front Porch............. 38 pixels 4 lines
Sync Width.............. 124 pixels 3 lines
Back Porch.............. 114 pixels 15 lines
Blanking................ 276 pixels 22 lines
Total................... 1716 pixels 262 lines
Scan Rate............... 15.734 kHz 60.054 Hz

Image Size.............. 523 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Negative vertical polarity
* Negative horizontal polarity
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and this is the setting that the GTF formula gave me


PowerStrip timing parameters:
1920x1080=1920,120,208,328,1080,1,3,34,172798,1

Generic timing details for 1920x1080:
HFP=120 HSW=208 HBP=328 kHz=67 VFP=1 VSW=3 VBP=34 Hz=59

VESA detailed timing details:
PClk=172798.06 H.Active=1920 H.Blank=656 H.Offset=104 HSW=208 V.Active=1080 V.Blank=38 V.Offset=1 VSW=3

# XFree86 modeline parameters:
Modeline "1920x1080" 172.798 1920 2040 2248 2576 1080 1081 1084 1118 +hsync +vsync




If anyone has a good idea please suggest it! and Thank You in advance!
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Hi all,

this is my first post and i'm from Germany. I'm in trouble with SwitchResX and my Sony 1031 CRT .

First i will tell you a bit about my configuration.
I have a MAC PRO with an ATI HD5770 graphics card. It has an DVI and two MiniDisplay ports. At the DVI port i've plugged in my 30" CinemaDisplay. At the MiniDisplay port i plugged in a MiniDisplayPort to VGA adapter. I need this adapter to connect the Extron 109xi to the MAC. The Extron has a local monitor connection and a BNC output. At the local monitor connection there is a CRT monitor connected to ensure that there is communication between Extron and the graphics card. The BNC connectors are used for the CRT beamer.

Now to the problem.
I'm not able to send a proper image to the beamer. In SwitchResX i configure the second monitor (the local monitor which is plugged in to the Extron) with this resolution: 1920x1080i@47.952. But something is still wrong.

Can anyone help me with that problem?
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Hi all. I have a 50" Philips 50pfp5332d/37 connected to a (ahem) Mac Pro DVI -> HDMI. I've had a bugger of a time figuring this thing out as the all the documentation shows the TV resolution to be 1366 x 768. I've been running it from OSX Lion (10.7) at the available resolution of 720p (1280 x 720) but that left me with pretty big black bars on the sides and top. The older versions of SwitchResX were difficult to use and usually left me with a blank screen that I had to fix by Terminal from another machine on the network.

Now SRX has nifty adjustment arrows that really make it much easier to get the settings right. Just start with a native working resolution (1280x720 in my case), then click the pinch, stretch or move arrows as necessary. Just do a little at a time, save and reboot. After a bit, you'll get pretty close to dead-on.

So far I've got it so that there's about 5 pixels left horizontal, a little black on top and about 1" of black on the bottom. This is waaaay better than it was. I'm still tweaking it, but this is pretty darn close. If anyone else has this TV and needs help, here's the settings I've got.

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Who can give me a 50hz info?

this one is working fine:

Mode = 1280 x 720 @ 60.000Hz
Pixel Clock............. 74.25 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1280 pixels 720 lines
Front Porch............. 110 pixels 5 lines
Sync Width.............. 40 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 220 pixels 20 lines
Blanking................ 370 pixels 30 lines
Total................... 1650 pixels 750 lines
Scan Rate............... 45.000 kHz 60.000 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity



But not at 50hz? In windows no problem with 50hz...
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EDIT : THIS WORKS:


Detailed Timing Block #1 - Timing definition:
Mode = 1280 x 720 @ 50.000Hz
Pixel Clock............. 61.88 MHz Non-Interlaced

Horizontal Vertical
Active.................. 1280 pixels 720 lines
Front Porch............. 110 pixels 5 lines
Sync Width.............. 40 pixels 5 lines
Back Porch.............. 220 pixels 20 lines
Blanking................ 370 pixels 30 lines
Total................... 1650 pixels 750 lines
Scan Rate............... 37.500 kHz 50.000 Hz

Image Size.............. 698 mm 392 mm
Border.................. 0 pixels 0 lines

Sync: Digital separate with
* Positive vertical polarity
* Positive horizontal polarity
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