I posted this in the gaming section, but I'm thinking this subforum may give me better results.
This in regards to an xbox 360:
I am trying to figure out what the actual reason for jaggies are. I once had a magnavox 32" lcd which had horrific overscan and jaggies using the component cables, but once I used the vga cable, all of the jaggies were gone (even in PDZ).
I now have the sharp LC37D40U which has no vga port. And while the overscan is not bad, (about 2.5%) the jaggies are there (also not nearly as bad). Do you guys think that this is a geometry issue or overscan issue through component?
There are many that are complaining about jaggies, but I cannot find an answer as to why there would be no jaggies using vga other then the fact that the tv is basically being set at 1:1 with the vga cable.
Finally, do you guys think that having the set professionally calibrated would fix this problem?