Any idea if it supports 2560X1080 input from a PC?
Might need to use HDMI straight from a recent graphics board if it does - as far as I know DVI to HDMI adapters don't support carrying a dual link signal and I think that 2560X1080 would require dual link.
This set is the main feature of the latest Home Theatre magazine that came out today. I will read the electronic version with Zinio tonight. Have noticed that Vizio has this set on special for 1500 USD on their site. Unfortunately, it seems that it is not available for sale here in Canada.
true enuf at 1529.00 delivered it hit my sweetspot for this niche tv,will compare to vzio's 42" and 55" m3dsr models after arrival,at this price i am less concerned about +/- and am buying in the hope vizio will procede with the larger 71" 240Hz version
Thanks for sharing your experiences with the Cinemawide set.
I currently own a 16:9 set and to fell the screen from 2.35/2.40 DVDs and Blu Rays I’ve been using the LG BD690 Blu Ray player’s zoom function that works pretty well-it doesn’t over magnify the image to the point that I’m missing the top and bottom of the picture like some other players.
I would think that this method would work with the Cinemawide set.
Has any owner of the Cinemawide found that to be the case?