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How do I get 1024x768@59.94hz on the Lumagen?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Saltrock, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. Saltrock

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    I've been advised to setup 1024x768@59.94 and 1280x720@50.00 as outputs on my new HDP.

    I can setup 720 fine.
    When I setup 768@59.94 it displays a 4/3 looking picture with scrambled bars at the sides. i've gone into the panel setup menu and moved the image along buy the settings don't go far enough to eliminate the whole bar.

    I've also tried the display patterns and size/position settings on the hdp but to no avail.

    I know I must be doing something stupid! :(

    I've got the 42phd8 with DVI card.

    Many thanks

    Saltrock.
     
  2. Liam @ Prog AV

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    Are you using default 768p settings?? These are 1366x768 16:9 timings as the Lumagen always works a 16:9 resolution from the horizontal size...

    How come your supplier didn't setup the Lumagen for you?
     
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    In timings section of output try the following to start

    800 1280
    768 1024
    5 85
    5 25

    You then really want to use the panels own size and pos adjustments to make it fit. Read the set up guide on the Lumagen forum for tps on how to do this pixel for pixel bit

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