D-Sub & DVI connections

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by LiquidTV, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. LiquidTV

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    I note that some LCD TV's still do not have a DVI connections which you can connect to a PC.

    I know you can still receive progressive scan through component leads when using certain DVD players, however, do the above connections make any difference in quality when connected to a PC?? Is the D-sub digital or analogue??
     
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    D-Sub is analogue, and yes there is a difference

    I dont know too much about LCD screens in general, but as I am an IT desktop support analyst, I know how it affects PCs... If you connect the LCD via the D-Sub, it has a refresh rate of 50hz as standard, with the DVI its 60hz, you get a better refresh rate with DVI, and as its a digital connector, there's no loss of quality in converting signals from digital-analogue-digital as you would experience with the D-Sub
     

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