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hello friends forumers, this is my first topic, I'm from Venezuela and pardon my bad English

I currently have a PC with Windows 7 Ultimate, with integrated video chipsets from Intel (Intel GMA 3100), and I plugged a monitor lcd 17 "and had a resolution of 1280x720 at 60hz I worked perfectly.

I recently bought a Daewoo LCD TV 32 "Model DLX-32C3AMB which has a native resolution of 1366x768. When I try to connect the lcd to the pc shows me unknown signal. I began to review the decisions and find a resolution that I could 1024x768 work that was the height. but to put it to work at 60hz does not work, but if I put it to 75hz works fine but without the expected quality.

I started to check the net, in the pages in Spanish did not say anything about, but yesterday I found the program DTD Calculator, and since I'm a little inexperienced in using that program to find the proper configuration.

in this forum I found some codes but in 1366x768 resolution and 60hz but I do place unknown signal. Someone could help me with my problem, I provide the configuration of the resolution 1366x768 at 75hz. I am connected to VGA.

Thanks in advance!

pardon my bad English.
 

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Some 1366x768 displays will not accept 1366x768 over VGA but will accept 1360x768. Check your new TVs user's manual.
 

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thanks for answering my friend, I have reviewed a lot of times the manual and just tells me the input maximum resolution is 1366x768, I wanted to also be placed in resolutions 1360x768 but do not see the q out is 1280x720 and 1440x900 and rejects.
 

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I downloaded your TV's manual. It is confusing, but It seems to say that when you connect by VGA, you should use 1280x720 @ 50HZ (not 60Hz). Try that and if it works give 1360 (or 1368) x 768 @50Hz a try.


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thank you very much friend! It proves that configuration, you can place your TV manual to see if I like that. These connections are a problem



Here are the features

* LCD 32 "

* High resolution 1366 (H) X 768 (V)

0.510756 Pixel Pitch (H) x 0.51075 (W) mm

Brightness 500cd/m2

* Contrast 5000:1

* Color 16.7 Million

* Viewing Angle 170 º (H) x 170 ° (v)

* 16ms Response Time

Color System NTSC, PAL-N / M

* Stereo sound system and Sap

* In Jack: S-VHS, RCA

* In component (Y, Pr, Pb, L/Rx2,) HDMI, RS232, D-sub.

* Check headphones

* Check to monitor.

* Audio Output 10W +10 W

* 4 Language OSD

(English, French, Spanish and Portuguese)

* Memory 1000 pages

* Automatic Tuning

* POP, Plug & Play, sleep, mute, clock, on / off timer.
 

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I just got a manual review different than I have in hand and said that the resolutions 1280x720 working in component mode, here I show you the table
 

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El manual indica que tu TV soporta la resolucion

1280x720 a 60hz por todas las entradas.

Y 1280x720 a 50hz por HDMI y Componente solamente.
 

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achieve good friends connect the monitor to 1280x720 at 60hz with a configuration that had the DTD Calculator, but the position was a little disoriented, fix it. but the picture is a little more big to fit on the screen. in the table shown above, says that you can plug in 1920x1080i at 60hz seal that correcion preset program and it looks good but the image is too out of place and I can not fix it, it will have a configuration for that resolution.
 

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Yes the TV will accept [email protected] over component and then downscale it to 1366x768.

But the TV is like a large number of HDTVs overscanning the input it gets over compoent or HDMI/DVI in order to emulate a standard older CRT TV.

If it does not have a way to disable the overscanning with a Picture/size or aspect ratio setting then send it 1280x720 over VGA(PC-DSUB)
 

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true. il try connecting the monitor mode component, I have a vga to component cable, I'll try to see if it looks better than analog cable.


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turned out to be to connect the component cable and detects the monitor in 720p, but looks detorsion of various colors, then put unknown signal and thus makes every moment.
 

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I am currently connected VGA to VGA (analog) while ago I put a setting in the DTD calculator in 1920x1080i and it shows the quality but the windows are trembling but when a picture or video is not tremble. and this tv is annoying me hehe, I want to reformat a windows xp to see how it would suit me.


This is the code

01 1D 80 18 71 1C 16 20 58 2C 25 00 00 00 00 00 00 9E
 

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walford and thanks to all.


for the time using the time resolution of 1280x720 @ 60hz while I think that video card to buy to use HDMI or DVI
 

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There is no reason to assume that you will get any better picture quality using DVI or HDMI since VGA provides exactly the same resolution detail for the same resolution otherwise PC monitors with VGA interfaces would not have been all these years for PC desktop applications. If the source of your video is 1080i or 1080p and using DVI or HDMI enables you to send 1080i to your 1366x768 display without problem will then give you better resoution content. You may or may not notice any improvement in color quality using DVI or HDMI.
 

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I read that the interlaced resolutions are not very quality, since it at best annoying lines was progressive and they send a picture of a blow to the screen, so to speak.

long connect a PC of a friend who had a nVidia GeForce 8600 GT and take better decisions with ease, that I have integrated intel because you take mine to a resolution is altered or provided does not grab the signal. thanks for the help friends
 

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Whether you use your graphics card or your TV to de-interlace 1080i video content to 1080p So that it can end up being downscaled to 1366x768 does not make any differnce and I supect that the TV will do a better job then the graphics card.

What you read about interlaced content is partially true but does not apply unless you have a choice of which to receive from the actual origional video source.
 
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