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OK...I hope this thread will get some activity. I think it would be VERY helpful to have a single list of LCD's and PLASMA's that support 1:1 pixel mapping. I know this is very important to me and a lot of other people here...so why not have the info in a single thread for quick access. I will update the thread as people list more sets. If anyone sees any incorrect information, post and I will update as necessary. It would also be nice to have the following information for each set:

Model number
Connection used for 1:1 mapping (DVI, HDMI, VGA)
Color Mapping
Any possible tricks to get it to work

PLASMA:
LG 50PG25, ??, ??, ??
LG 50PX1D, HDMI/DVI, ??, ??
LG 60PY3D, HDMI, ??, from Menu, go to Option > Input Label > set as “PC”
NEC 42XR4, HDMI, ??, ??
NEC 50XR5, HDMI, ??, ??
NEC 61XR3, HDMI, ??, ??
Panasonic 42PZ700U, HDMI, ??, Setting HD size2
Panasonic 42PZ77U, HDMI, ??, Setting HD size2
Panasonic 50PZ77U, HDMI, ??, Setting HD size2
Panasonic 9UK Series, DVI-Board or VGA or BNC or Component, ??, ??
Panasonic TH-50PZ750U, Component, ?HDMI?, ??, Picture settings/other settings/Size 2
Panasonic TH-50PZ77U, HDMI, ??, ??
Panasonic TH-42PX600U, VGA, ??, PC input
Panasonic TH-65PX600U, HDMI, 16-235, Size2 (way down on menu)
Pioneer PDP-4270HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer PDP-4280HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer PDP-5010FD, HDMI, ??, ??
Pioneer PDP-5070HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer PDP-6010FD, HDMI, ??, ??
Pioneer PDP-6070HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer Elite PRO-940HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer Elite PRO-1140HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer Elite PRO-1540HD, VGA, ??, Dot for Dot
Pioneer Pro-FHD1, HDMI, ??, Dot for Dot
Samsung FP-T5084, HDMI/VGA, ??, Just Scan
Samsung FP-T5884, HDMI/VGA, ??, Just Scan
Samsung FP-T6374, HDMI/VGA, ??, Just Scan
Samsung HP-T4254, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung HP-T4264, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung HP-T4234, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung HP-T5054, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung HP-T5064, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung HP-T5034, VGA, ??, ??
Vizio VP42, HDMI/VGA, ??, ??

LCD:
Hannspree XV 32, HDMI or VGA, ??, ??
JVC 46FN97, HDMI or Component, ??, Full Native aspect ratio
Mitsubishi LT-37131, DVI, ??, **There are a few lines of pixels that do not show on edges
Mitsubishi LT-37132, DVI, ??, **There are a few lines of pixels that do not show on edges
Mitsubishi LT-46131, DVI, ??, ??
Olevia 232V, HDMI, Tuner, VGA, ??, Push Aspect button on Remote until 1:1 or Menu > Screen > Aspect Ratio > Choose 1:1
Olevia 337H, VGA or S-video, ??, Press aspect button until you get to 1:1 option
Olevia 537H, VGA or HDMI or Component, ??, Press 'zoom' button until you get to 1:1 option
Olevia 542I, Tuner or Composite or S-Video or Component or VGA or HDMI, ??, Press 'zoom' button until you get to 1:1 option
Phillips 42PFL7422D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Phillips 47PFL7422D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Phillips 52PFL7422D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Phillips 42PFL7432D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Phillips 47PFL7432D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Phillips 52PFL7432D, HDMI, ??, Select 'Unscaled' in format menu
Samsung LNS4095D, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung LNS4096D, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung LNS4695D, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung LNS4696D, VGA, ??, ??
Samsung LTP468W, DVI, ??, The timing must be "reduced blanking" - 138.63MHz instead of full blanking - 148.5 MHz
Samsung LNxxA550, HDMI, ??, ??
Samsung LNxxA650, HDMI, ??, ??
Samsung LNxxA750, HDMI, ??, ??
Sceptre X42GV/X42SV, DVI or VGA, 0-255, Select the 'DVI' Input from PC source menu
Sceptre X37SV, DVI or VGA, 0-255, Select the 'DVI' Input from PC source menu
Sharp Aquos 42D62U, HDMI or Component, ??, Dot by Dot mode
Sharp Aquos 46D62U, HDMI or Component, ??, Dot by Dot mode
Sharp Aquos 46D92U, DVI, ??, Dot by Dot mode
Sharp Aquos 52D62U, HDMI or Component, ??, Dot by Dot mode
Sharp LC-32D50U, DVI, ??, Dot by Dot Mode
Sharp LC-42PD7X, DVI, ??, Dot by Dot Mode, AV mode set to "PC", sharpness set to -10 (min)
Sharp LC-46XD1E, HDMI, ??, In "Wide modes" menu select "Underscan"
Sharp LC-52XD1E, HDMI, ??, In "Wide modes" menu select "Underscan"
Soniq QV320H, HDMI, ??, ??
Sony KDL-40V2500, HDMI or VGA or Component, both, ??
Sony KDL-46V2500, HDMI or VGA or Component, both, ??
Sony KDL-46V251L1, HDMI or VGA or Component, both, ??
Sony KDL-40W4100, HDMI or VGA or component, ??, Home->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony KDL-52V4100, HDMI or VGA, ??, Home->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR2 40", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR2 46", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR2 52", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR3 40", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR3 46", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR3 52", HDMI or VGA, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR4 40", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR4 46", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR4 52", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR5 40", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR5 46", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Sony XBR5 52", HDMI or Component, ??, Settings->Screen->Display Area->Full Pixel
Toshiba HL196, ??, ??, one-to-one
Toshiba LX196, ??, ??, one-to-one
Toshiba 'Regza' series, HDMI, ??, 'Native Mode'
Vizio GV42LF ??, ??, ??
Vizio VU42LF ??, ??, ??
Vizio GV47L 47", HDMI, 0-255, No special setting needed...
Vizio GV52LF 52", HDMI, 0-255, No special setting needed...
Westinghouse LVM-47w1, DVI or HDMI or VGA, 0-255 (VGA & DVI) and 16-235 (HDMI), ??
Westinghouse LVM-42w2, DVI or HDMI or VGA, ??, ??
Westinghouse LVM-37w3, DVI or HDMI or VGA, ??, ??
Westinghouse W4207, DVI or HDMI, ??, ??

PROJECTOR:
BenQ W5000, ??, ??, 1:1 mapping does not work with firmware 1.08
BenQ W20000, ??, ??, 1:1 mapping does not work with firmware 1.08
Sharp XVZ21000, ??, ??, ??
Marantz VP15S1, ??, ??, ??
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There is already similar topic listed here:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=329951
Also you missed Westy 37w3 and the fact that Westinghouse will accept 1080p on HDMI, DVI, VGA and component.
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what is 1:1 pixel mapping
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There is already similar topic listed here:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=329951
Also you missed Westy 37w3 and the fact that Westinghouse will accept 1080p on HDMI, DVI, VGA and component.

Thanks...I'll add the 37w3 to the list. However...I'd like to keep this list strictly focused on 1:1 pixel mapping capabilities. The 37w3 doesn't have 1:1 pixel mapping on the component input does it?
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what is 1:1 pixel mapping

This means that the TV will accept its native resolution from an input and NOT touch the signal in any way (no scaling, overscan, etc). So this is most beneficial to people that have their PC's hooked up to the TV.
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The Sony 40", 46", 52" XBR2 and XBR3 all support 1:1 pixel mapping through their HDMI/VGA inputs.
Settings -> Screen -> Display Area -> Full Pixel

Sharp Aquos 42D62U/46D62U/52D62U support 1:1 pixel mapping through their HDMI input. -> Dot by Dot mode
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Thanks Daniel...

I think this list can be a pretty good resource for people if we can get a lot of input and a good thorough list going.
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The Pioneer elite 1140HD can but I'm not sure thru which connections.
The NEC models can (I think thru HDMI).
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Remember 1:1 pixel mapping is only HALF the battle... You also want the color space to match.

PC's put out R,G,B in a 0-255 range, where black =0 and white=255.
Video devices, PVRS, DVDs, etc output a smaller range where black = 16 and white = 235.

Unless the sets inputs match the device outputs you will get a washed out picture or a image with crushed blacks and blown whites. Adjusting contrast and brightness may or may not help.

Ideally sets should allow the user to set the range, but most are hard coded.


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You don't say it, but are you focused on 1080 sets?

Reportedly the Samsung LNS4095D\\LNS4096D\\LNS4695D\\LNS4696D will do 1:1 over VGA.

There are rumors of a service fix for 1:1 over HDMI.
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Pioneer Pro-FHD1. 1:1 pixel mapping, called "Dot for Dot", over HDMI. Don't use any other inputs so haven't tried it. No trick to get it to work other than a 1080 line source.
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Remember 1:1 pixel mapping is only HALF the battle... You also want the color space to match.

Good point...I'll add this as another parameter for each set.

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You don't say it, but are you focused on 1080 sets?

No...any resolution is fine as long as it accepts a 1:1 pixel mapping.
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The Pioneer elite 1140HD can but I'm not sure thru which connections.
The NEC models can (I think thru HDMI).

Do you have a model number(s)?
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For the record the Westy 47" 1080p offers 1:1 on VGA, HDMI, and both DVI's.

VGA 0-255
DVI 0-255
HDMI 16-235 with some green clipping.

If you hook up a 16-235 source to VGA or DVI you can use contrast and brightness to get a decent image. If you hook a PC up to the HDMI you'll get clipping.

16-235 sources: XBOX 360, Dish/Bell HD PVR
0-255 Source: PC

This is a great value set at the sale prices BB offered recently, not perfect but a great value.


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So is all this is is a 1:1 setting? If so, the Olevia 537H definitely has it. Its a 768p set. When watching a 720p source cycling through the zoom settings will get you to 1:1 as one of the choices. Upon choosing, the picture shrinks with black bars all around, which would make sense as 720p is less pixels than 768p. Can do this setting for other sources, including vga.
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Just a quick bump to keep the model numbers coming in. We just getting started on building this list.
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The NEC models are 50XR5 over DVI, the 42XR4 over DVI, and the 61XR3 over DVI.
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Thanks.

Keep models rolling in. Let's get this list as thorough as possible.
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Olevia 537H also supports 1:1 over component. I can confirm this as I am watching the screen in this mode as I type now.

I don't really know anything. I am just repeating what I have either heard or read elsewhere.
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Olevia 537H also supports 1:1 over component. I can confirm this as I am watching the screen in this mode as I type now.

Really? Interesting, I didn't realize you could get 1:1 via component. So there's no overscan or anything? I'll update the list.
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Bump for more models...
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Any more interest? I'd really like to keep this list growing...
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Sharp Aquos 46D62U can do Dot by Dot over component as well. I've tested with my XBox360 at 1080p and is how I currently run my set.

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The sony V2500 series 40" and 46" LCD's both support 1:1 though HDMI, there are also settings to adjust the colorspace as needed
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The Panasonic 9UK over their DVI board.
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Maybe we should ask the mods to make this a sticky?

I would think that a lot of people are interested in this info...
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Robonaut,

I personally think that this would be a GREAT resource and sticky for a lot of people if we can get a decent size list going. So far I've actually had pretty good responses...so I'm hoping that the list will continue to grow.
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Reportedly the Samsung LNS4095D\\LNS4096D\\LNS4695D\\LNS4696D will do 1:1 over VGA.

There are rumors of a service fix for 1:1 over HDMI.

any info on this?

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Olevia 537H also supports 1:1 over component. I can confirm this as I am watching the screen in this mode as I type now.

1:1 for VGA and HDMI as well.
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