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Can use all your pixels? HS10 HTPC?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by malcolm, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. malcolm

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    Hi guys i've been searching through the archieves to find a definative answer to the question;

    Is it possible to achieve 1:1 pixel mapping of all available pixels on the HS10?

    I'm using Power Strip and the best i can do is 1368x768.

    Has anyone got to see all those lovely pixels? :eek:

    Its just a pain to have to zoom in a bit after using the x-box to get the image to fill the screen.

    Must dash the misses is home! :laugh:
     
  2. vulkan75

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    :hiya: Hi,firstly yr res is slightly wrong it should be 1366x768.

    When 1x1 piel mapping is acheived you should have programme 51 showing in the information section of yr menu.
    You will probably have a band surrounding the whole screen taking up about 2or 3 pixels in width,dont worry you wont notice it.
    I use the following settings which work fine for me..

    • 1366x768=1366,65,142,207{}768,1,3,21,79046,39

    • Horiz res: 1366
    • Vert res: 768
    • Horiz refresh: 45 Khz
    • Vert refresh: 56 Hz
    • H-sync: negative
    • V-sync: negative

    try them and it should fill yr screen without zoom,providing you set the throw distance right..

    hope to be of help

    :smashin:
     
  3. malcolm

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    Sorry Vulkan i got that wrong!

    It is 1366x768.
    So that is 1:1 even though you get the band of 2-3 pixels.
    Thats what was making think i had got it wrong.

    Unfortuneately i will still have to zoom in slightly switching from X-box to HTPC.

    I'll stop worrying now and enjoy the picture!

    Cheers,
    Mal
     
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    Ok no prbs ...

    have fun:)
     
  5. Pulsar

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    Hi

    The pixels will always be there with the HS10 when using DVI, something to do with the internal scalar being bypassed? Anyway, as you say, don't worry too much about it, just enjoy the amazing picture.

    Rob.
     

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