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Full Or Underscan?

huzzuk

Banned
Hello

I have a Sharp Aquos 37LCXD1E. Which is the best screen option to use for HDMI XBOX 360 1080p, FULL OR UNDERSCAN?

Plus what is the difference between them??

Thanks
 

PhilipL

Well-known Member
Hi

Hello

I have a Sharp Aquos 37LCXD1E. Which is the best screen option to use for HDMI XBOX 360 1080p, FULL OR UNDERSCAN?

Plus what is the difference between them??

Thanks

Some info here Overscan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I assume the Underscan setting on the Sharp means no overscan.

The better setting for computer sources or HD sources is usually having overscan turned off, as this allows a one-to-one pixel mapping for best picture quality.

Regards

Phil
 

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