Powerstrip settings for Philips 32pf9986 via DVI

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  1. Bart A. S.

    Bart A. S.
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    Hi all,

    I already posted some of my experiences with the Philips 32pf9986. Here are the actual settings I used in powerstrip to get widescreen resolutions:

    1280*768

    Pixel clock: 80.656 MHz
    Horizontal
    frequency: 48.239 KHz
    Active pixels: 1280
    Front porch: 24
    Sync width: 32
    Back porch: 336
    Total: 1672

    Vertical
    Frequency: 59.999 Hz
    Active pixels: 768
    Front porch: 13
    Sync width: 7
    Back porch: 16
    Total: 804

    This is -in my view- the best setting for this display. Although you still have vertical black bars on both sides, you get nearly dot-by-dot matching. I.e. the display is 1366 pixels wide, 2* 43 pixels are not used (black bars), so 1280 left, and 1280 sent to the display.

    However, if you prefer to send 1368 pixels, use the settings below. Note that you will STILL have black bars, and therefor the display will squeeze 1368 'signal' pixels into 1280 'display' pixels.

    1368*768

    Pixel clock: 84.796 MHz
    Horizontal
    frequency: 48.180 KHz
    Active pixels: 1368
    Front porch: 48
    Sync width: 72
    Back porch: 272
    Total: 1760

    Vertical
    Frequency: 60.604 Hz
    Active pixels: 768
    Front porch: 2
    Sync width: 6
    Back porch: 17
    Total: 793

    Good luck,

    Bart
     
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    Hi,

    Thanks for this info, I will try it tonight.. but is there no way to get windows fullscreen on my tv?
     
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    I have tried it, but I can't get this to work.

    I don't know how to enter these values, if I enter the second, the first value changes..

    So I make this powerstrip file:

    PowerStrip timing parameters:
    1280x768=1280,24,32,336,768,13,7,16,80656,XXX

    Generic timing details for 1280x768:
    HFP=24 HSW=32 HBP=336 kHz=48239 VFP=13 VSW=7 VBP=16 Hz=59999

    What I don't get is what to fill in the XXX, i tried it with a 0, but my pc makes a sound and the screen switched back to the old resulotion.

    Can anybody help me.. Thanks.
     

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