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post #1 of 3 Old 12-01-2006, 06:32 PM - Thread Starter
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Im thinking of getting the samsung 40" 1080p screen, and was disapointed to see it had no DVI input, instead it had a VGA in. IS the quality noticeably worse via VGA? Why did samsung drop DVI support?

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Quality over VGA is great, it is very much HD capable.

However, HDMI is backwards compatible to DVI so you can buy a simple DVI-HDMI adapter or DVI-HDMI cable to connect your TV.
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I understand that HDMI is backwards compatable, but i had heard that the TV overscans sources on HDMI, which is awful for PC display. Basically i will be using the set mainly as a monitor, and i've heard VGA starts falling apart at such resolutions.

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