First post! Yay!
I currently own a Sceptre Naga 42" LCD. It was cheap and it does have 1:1 pixel reproduction when using the VGA input (one of my main concerns). Overall the Sceptre has waaay too many PQ (sub-par) and other issues and I'm ready to ditch it.
While visiting family for Christmas I've gotten to play around with one of these new Mitsu 46" (the 131). I'm very impressed with the features and PQ however, it doesn't do perfect 1:1 reproduction of my DVI signal from my Macbook Pro (running in both WinXP and OSX).
What you get is a think black strip (about 5 pixels wide) that goes up the about 98% of the left side of the screen, in the bottom left corner you can see a "notch" of pixels where this black bar stops (this was easily seen in WinXP cause it carves a notch into the Start menu button). On the top of the screen there is another thin black bar (maybe 5 pixels tall) that goes all the way across the top. The right side is a bit different, instead of it being a thin black strip you get pixels that are about 50% darker then they should be.
The exact same effects were seen under both OSX and WinXP, both at 1920x1080. Of course, they are sharing the same video card so that's to be expected. Adjusting the V and H position of the TV didn't solve anything.
Sooooooo.... I really want to get this TV because it has the best picture with the fewest issues and a good price. However I will be using it as a PC monitor about 60% of the time and not having perfect 1:1 reproduction of your video card output is annoying - even if it's pretty minimal when you step back.
Has anyone else noticed this when connecting a PC (or anything) over DVI? Are there ways to fix it (service menu?) or is it perhaps a defect in manufacturing? I could live with it, but I might also hang onto my Sceptre for a few more months (cringe) to see if someone releases an LCD with great color, viewing angle, no bands, no clouds, and perfect 1:1 1080p from a PC or game system. I've trolled these boards for hours and have yet to read about a set which fits the bill perfectly - did I miss one??? (The Pioneer Elite Plasma 1080p sounds like it might be, but it's too pricey, and its plasma