Originally Posted by Planet HDTV
Hello Jeannie. I wouldn't set it to anything other
than 60Hz. We also received the warning about forcing the resolution, but we had no choice, it was either force or don't use, so we clicked on it and chose 1360x768. Worked like a charm
Every computer is different but for us this was the only
way to get it to work correctly
Hi Planet HDTV,
Thank you so much for your reply. I did find out that the maximum supported resolution when using the VGA is (as you suggested) 1360x768 at 60hz refresh rate. The scary thing is that I have other options available when I change display settings in windows, and at least one of these exceeds the max. resolution for the set.
In case anyone comes accross this post and is interested, I did find the online manual while lists acceptable resolutions/refresh rates. It was at the Olevia site, actually I didn't find the 232v manual for some reason, but I got the url for another manual then went to the root menu and found one for "UM-En_ATi_226_227_232_060913.pdf" (I can't post URL's here yet due to being a new member).
Here's the list. Acceptable refresh rate for below resolutions is always 60 unless asterisk which means 60 and 75 will both work.
same as above, except no 75hz refresh for 800x600, and an additional resolution of 1280x720 is available.
As far as refresh rates, I was under the impression that this didn't apply somehow to LCD monitors(?), so I'm confused as to why there's even a choice at some resolutions??
RE: 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i, should these options ever
be available when connecting a computer to the tv (either VGA or DVI connection)? It seems like I had these options when trying to connect the laptop (which unfortunately, I don't have access to now, so can't confirm), but didn't try them after receiving a warning about damaging the set. Anyone?