After reading through this forum, I think I've decided to pull the trigger and purchase the Panasonic TH-50PX60U. However, I'm looking for a plasma that I can connect my computer to and as I understand, the TH-50PX60U does not have a PC input available. I know the TH-50PX600X model does have a PC input but it also costs about $200 - $300 more.
My question is would there be a way to connect my PC to the 60U? Could I get an adapter of some kind? Or am I resigned to have to get the 600U if I want to connect to my PC? Sorry if this is a simple question, I'm a newbie. Thanks!
My PC does have a DVI input so I guess I'll only need to get an HDMI to DVI cable. But my graphics card is pretty weak, it's only a Radeon X300 128 mb. Will this be able to handle the feed and not get the overscan problem? Or will I need a get a more powerful graphics card?
We are struggling getting a TH-50PX60U hooked up to a computer with HDMI outputs. The computer is the new Acer Aspire Revo 3610-U9012.
The Panasonic TH-50PX60U will not display the output from the HDMI, it just sits in 480i mode with black screen (using HDMI 1 & 2 inputs). HDMI 2 will display the initial boot screen (orangy pink screen) and will display screen in safe boot mode. But once you boot to standard mode, it just displays black screen. All the Sony and Samsung TV's we've tried work flawlessly.