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Ok i decided to count some pixels,
i counted across tho not verticaly just to see how many pixels i could count.
Pixels counted in an Inch is 27-28 pixels
I counted it twice on the PC via VGA & on Xbox 360 standard HDMI cable set to 1080p.
SO whats a real 1080p inch worth of pixels?
As for a blu ray player nope, i dont got one, besides my plan was to get a blu ray drive for PC, Then buy Battlestar Galactica seasons 1-4 & watch again from the beginning in stunning 1080p on my too good to be true CRE X1000 , gah! my plans have been foiled.
My PC is my TV, i`m waiting on a DVB-t2 USB stick to come in post so i can watch freeview HD.
Its a shame the PC / projector is stuck with a native 1366x768 using fake 1080p output.
Another intresting bit info u may like is that i looked at the manual, even tho its chinese, there was some english writing on the specs page
heres what is says:
There a bunch of other stuff written i`ll have to take a snapshot as i`m not sure exactly what model it is, as the chinese headings are listed as
VX, GX, BX, NX,KX, which is confusing as the cover of the manual says its a CRE X 1000-HT.
Under the various BX , VX columns is listed more info for other models i`m guessing.........
i.e For main chip info under the GX column it says Hollywood quality V-ideo.
Under GX it says Pixelworks,
Under BX, NX, KX it says Mstar Semiconductor.
What i`ll do is take a picture of the specs page from the manual; when i`m allowed to post links here and hopefully someone can make sense of it.
Under all models which is worrying it says Physical resolution 1984*1088
These people are just making up numbers it seems? is that even a real resolution?
Originally Posted by sellmejunk
Its actual resolution on a VGA cable is 1366x768
the resolution on a HDMI cable from my PC to the projector says 1200 x 800.
I havent tried the YPbr slots yet, but probably likely to be the same.
How do i know for sure that its 1366x768?
I enabled the clear type function in windows 7, & it asks me if i want to revert to its native reolution 1366x768.
Wierdly when i did the same clear type function from thru the hdmi cable it reported the native to be 1200x800.