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Oops. I mean 1,024x720 not 1,024x768 (I can't edit title)...


Can someone please confirm which is the nattive & pixel resolution of the VP322? There is confusing information (see below) in the manual. Is the set a 1366x768 set that gets scaled to 1,024x720? What happened to 1,280x720(720p)? Finally, why does it say that the best picture is with 1366x768? I thought only nattive (pixel) resolutions produce the best picture especially via 1:1 pixel mapping. Thanks.

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pg. 25: For the best picture quality when connecting a pc computer through RGB PC, set your pc computer timing mode to VESA 1366x768 at 60Hz.


pg. 26: 1366 X 768 60 47.550 59.810 P N 85.500


pg. 66:

Resolution 1024 x 720 pixels


Computer 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1366x768 via RGB and HDMI
 

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Can someone please confirm which is the nattive & pixel resolution of the VP322? There is confusing information (see below) in the manual. Is the set a 1366x768 set that gets scaled to 1,024x720? What happened to 1,280x720(720p)? Finally, why does it say that the best picture is with 1366x768? I thought only nattive (pixel) resolutions produce the best picture especially via 1:1 pixel mapping. Thanks.

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pg. 25: For the best picture quality when connecting a pc computer through RGB PC, set your pc computer timing mode to VESA 1366x768 at 60Hz.


pg. 26: 1366 X 768 60 47.550 59.810 P N 85.500


pg. 66:

Resolution 1024 x 720 pixels


Computer 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1366x768 via RGB and HDMI

It looks far better in 1024x768 vs 1366x768 with RGB so I'm going to go with 1024x768. I'll see if there is a difference with HDMI at all then (I doubt it).
 

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Can you also try 1,024x720 via HDMI and see what it looks like? Also, try different refresh rates, my VW26L (LCD) can take anything up to 100Hz. Thanks!
 

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Can you also try 1,024x720 via HDMI and see what it looks like? Also, try different refresh rates, my VW26L (LCD) can take anything up to 100Hz. Thanks!


Actually, I was just scanning through the manual and the screen resolution in the specifications is 1,024x720 so that should look the best I'd think. The PC section says 60-75 Hz but I doubt there would be a noticeable difference. Once I get something that would actual show it going (like TF2 or something) I'll see if it makes a difference granted my video card lets me select it. My desktop isn't close to the TV and my laptop has an ATI that hates me.
 
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