After quite a bit of experimentation, I have found these settings best for PC VGA on the 337H monitor. My setup is an Athlon PC with a 7600 GS card. (I purchased the NVIDIA card because the built-in video on the PC could be made to output 1360x768, but the screen was not very clear.)
Percentages refer to the colored bar across the bottom of the screen during non-discrete adjustments. 0% is the bar at the far left. 100% is the bar extended all the way to the right.
Optimal VGA Mode Settings
Noise Reduction: Off (but I couldn't tell the difference!)
Lighting: Dark Room (the others were too bright for my eyes)
Power up: Home
Sharpness: 100% (Lower makes text blurry.)
Color Temp: 6500
Firmware: Check this vs. the web site. By the way, on the web
site, you have to register and enter your serial number before
they will tell you the latest firmware version. As of 2/5/07, it is
DPMS: On. (see note below)
H and V Position -- I found a few pixels worth of adjustment
Auto Sync -- useful if the screen seems off. It helped the first time.
Fine Tune: 100%. (0% also works, but in-between makes text blurry)
Aspect Ratio: 1 : 1 mode
NOTE: This monitor is not Energy Star compliant. It does not have the facility to respond to the PC Turn monitor off power saving feature.
However, according to the manual, TV and Backlight will shut off automatically when no video source is detected when DPMS is active. This simply doesn't work on my monitor when I turn the PC off. The TV and Backlight remain on. I spoke to Olevia tech support. They had no clue, and didn't think the feature was actually implemented.
Has anyone gotten this to work? Do I have a defective unit? I'd love to have the TV and backlight shut off automatically when the PC is off.