Anyone interested in fine-tuning it to work as multimedia desktop? Her'e s my findings so far, and questions.
I have connected it to my HTPC by HDMI. My video card is recent ATI, and here's some steps I discovered to make near perfect picture.
1. Connect the PC to DVI3
2. Assign a name 'PC' to this input (IMPORTANT!). Screen flickers and sets in a very special mode, with most options in picture menu locked down, optimized for HDMI PC input. This is a kind of a secret feature, it's not documented anywhere to my knowledgle, but gives much better results than just playing with tons of settings on unnamed DVI3.
3. Change stretch from "PC Wide" to "TV wide" (same as Just Scan by its effects), and color gamut to "sRGB"
4. Open your video card setup menu (I only know how to do it with ATI), set mode 1080p60 available, and apply it. Desktop sets to native resolution with slight overscan. Now compose custom mode with less pixels (I have set 1848x1040) playing with custom mode composer in video card menu and at the same time centering picture in TV menu.
See the results using Nokia Monitor Test 2 or similar program. Make sure there's no moire an artifacts on fine grids. On my setup I clearly see 2x2 checkerboard, and even 1x1 but very blurry
Now, questions. Is it possible to make text even more readable? Looks like white pixels are 'choking' blacks on borders. Is it possible to make white borders less aggressive, playing with service menu?