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Will I damage my LCD with too high a resolution?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by ACMErubberDuck, Oct 7, 2005.

  1. ACMErubberDuck

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    I have a Philips 32PF9830 it's native resolution is 1366x768. I have the display set at 1824x1012 using custom 1080i resolution conected to a Media Center PC. Could his damage the panel in any way?
     
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    Nope, don't worry. But you won't be getting the best out of the panel by feeding it that high a resolution. You should always give it the resolution that best matches its native one.
     
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    I have a 37" Philips and it will accept all sorts of strange resolutions, and if it goes out of range just switch to HD input

    the Scaler seems to reduce high resolutions and does an exellent job !
    my 1366x 768 panel is about perfect on 1368-1370x 768 with zoom
    (You will only tell by looking at Text)

    I guess You are on Native with your numbers ?

    I don't think Native really means what it should it all gets scaled
     

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