Panasonic TX-32LXD70 1:1 Pixel Mapping

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  1. bboivin

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    Could someone that owns this set please verify if it supports 1:1 pixel mapping on any of the modes through the VGA input? I downloaded the manual and it lists all the supported modes (including 1366x768) and then states in text below the table that the image is always stretched or compressed so text may be blurry. Can anyone confirm that is the case? If it doesn't have 1:1 I guess I'll have to go for one of the Sony Bravia's which I understand support this.

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    "PC VGA is best done at 1366x768, matching the native resolution of the panel. Using a combination of H, V, clock phase and tracking controls in the user menu, we can achieve 1:1 mapping on our Radeon 9600 powered HTPC. Interestingly there is a gamma control when PC connection is used (why don't they include this on other connections?!!). The Panny does not accept 1366x768 resolution from the HTPC via DVI/HDMI, so don't bother connecting this up."


    http://www.*/Panasonic-TX32LXD70/Design.php


    Settings for XD70:

    Cinema mode
    Contrast At Default
    Brightness -2
    Colour +5
    Sharpness -1
    Tint -4 (if available)
    Colour Temperature Warm
    P-NR Off
    Colour Management Off
     
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    Thanks for the link - ok it sounds like it does do 1:1 at 1366x768. Can anyone else confirm this just to be on the safe side? I hope my NVidia 7600GT can output this res!

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    do you have a link for the manual? thanks
     
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