I've been using the MyHD-120 for years with a MITS 1080i rear projection set (one of the 280 lb monsters you get by being an early adopter in 2000) with zero problems.
My MITS finally gave up the ghost, and I connected it to the DVI input of a 1920 x 1080 1080p Samsung P2370HD.
My problems is that when I go into HD full screen mode, when I have the settings set to the highest resolution (1920 x 1080I) for the latest drivers v1.66E1.zip), the screen kind of flashes and says it is in 640 x 480 mode - and I don't get a picture.
It WILL display a picture for the lesser resolutions like 1280 X 170p.
1. Is there a way to get this to work at 1920 x 1080?
I'm certainly open to another HDTV as I'm just using the 24" to test everything and buy some time while I research what to buy.
2. I notice that the manufacturer isn't making an pci-e cards. Sad, they put out a good product.
Thinking of the future when I can put together a blu-ray server, what are the viable alternatives (hopefully capturing off-the-air unencrypted).
EDIT - I noticed a post saying that MyHD won't output 1080p thru its own DVI port, but will output 1080p thru the PCs desktop.
How do I get that to work full screen? Do I connect the DVI cable directly to my video card, and not use the MyHD port at all? Will MyHD output full screen to the desktop? Do I also remove the digital add-on card? I'm a bit confused!
The post also said to use a DVI to HDMI converter cable (unsure why I'd need to do this extra suggested step unless I only had an HDMI input?) to go to my HDTV. So, this is also confusing?