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Maybe this is old news to some, but I have not seen it addressed here or on the HTPC forum.


This is for those that have struggled with the HT1000 like myself trying to get a pixel perfect desktop using 1024*576 timings and using a 16:9 screen.


As all of us HT1000 users know, the offset of the PJ often requires shifting the 16:9 panel to fit our screens. What I didn't know, and after spending significant time messing around with Powerstrip timings, was that the panel shift feature adversely affects the desktop and the ability to achieve a pixel perfect match. Text on my desktop and movie credits and such on my overlay were suffering from 'ghosting'.


My 16:9 panel shift was at '6' and as I moved the panel to the '0' setting...BAM...perfect pixel match. Needless to say, I was astonished at the significance of the change. I had to lower my screen about an inch to maintain the panel shift '0' setting.




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