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PC hook-up to Panasonic DLP PT-50DL54

Discussion in 'TVs' started by moparman, Apr 20, 2005.

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    I want to hook up my PC to my Panasonic DLP PT-50DL54 TV using RGB or HDMI. Is there a way to get it to work in wide screen? The manual says "Aspect is not available while in RGB and HDMI mode." I have had it working full screen with an S-cable but I am not all that happy with the picture quality. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Are you using a pc or dvd player. Is the panasonic a DLP tv, if it is, it isnt availible in the UK yet.
     
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    i doubt it will be released in uk.
     
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    Razer it is a pc running windows xp pro. Cable is RGB out to RGB in and get 4.3 aspect not full aspect is there away around it . thanks
     
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    Have you not got a DVI/HDMI connection. If so use this as its the best connection, if not look or a VGA connection. :D

    Set you graphics card to 1280x720 on your desktop and update your drivers. You will now get full screen.

    :thumbsup:

    DVI/HDMMI has 1:1 pixel mapping.
     

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