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I'm using Win98se which can recognize LT150 but there is no driver in win98se or the NEC CD. Now I'm using the driver of plug & play monitor. Does anyone know where I can download a driver? Is the ME and 2K including the driver for LT150?


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The NEC LT150 is a plug and play monitor. Why would you need a driver?


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CKL,

I don't thing you will need a particular driver for LT150 which has XGA resolution you can set just 1024 x 768 resolution with 60hz freq.

Here I have several Qs for you. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif

How do you like it? Is that more worse than you expected? http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

Why are you trying to connect your PC instead of your Q50?

And which brand/gain screen are you using?

I'm still waiting for my LT150 http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/biggrin.gif



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CKL,


Are you seeing the dithering as often as you did with Li On's projector?


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I called NEC customer support & they e-mailed me the driver (.inf file) for my VT540. It's correct that there isn't much purpose to a driver for a plug & play monitor, though it's nice to have only supported resolutions show up in the refresh rate selections.


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If there is specific driver, it can restrict the max. resolution and refresh rate that LT150 support.


Tonight I brought my LT150 to a friend's home where the last shootout was carried out. We fed HTPC (Radeon 1024x768 60Hz Windvd) to LT150 projecting onto a 1.5gain Stewart screen. The picture size was 84inch 4:3 and the viewing distance was around 12ft. Yes, the dithering was still there that was similar to the last time. Actually both LT150 was made in Jan 2001.


In my home, I projects the picture onto a pale grey painted wall. The picture size is 80inch 4:3 and the viewing distance is 13ft. At this distance, dithering is minimal for the initial testing.


Regarding the selection of screen, the pale grey painted wall is good enough at night-time where the room is almost completely dark. But at the day-time, it is a bit wash out. I will choose the screen in the range of 1.0-1.5, probably 1.3.


There are less jaggies from HTPC comparing the PS DVD player. That's why I will use HTPC as the main video source.


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