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rustydusty

join:2009-09-29
Red Deer, AB

Sharp LC-46LE540U

Hello all,

Just purchased this wonderful TV through work, as we are a Sharp Dealer. Trying to make it work with my Asus G60 with a Nvidia GTS-360M GPU. It's plugged in via HDMI, I've played with screen resolution and DPI settings but it's still not right, and giving me one hell of a head ache. Easiest way to get everything positioned right so everything is easily readible and visually pleasing, not all out of sorts?

Thanks!


bryank

join:2000-03-23
Plainfield, IL
Well you will need to set you graphics cards resolution at either 1280x720 or 1920x1080 then on the TV set the "ASPECT" or "PICTURE SIZE" to "Dot by Dot"


rustydusty

join:2009-09-29
Red Deer, AB
reply to rustydusty
Leave DPI to default of 100%?


printscreen

join:2003-11-01
Juana Diaz, PR
Reviews:
·Choice Cable TV
·Coqui/PRTC
DPI has nothing to do with this. It's the pixel size you need to deal with and use one of the resolutions already suggested above. DPI only controls how big or small things in Windows or your operating system look and not the actual screen resolution. Just leave it at 100% or whatever setting you normally use.


rustydusty

join:2009-09-29
Red Deer, AB
reply to rustydusty
So I tired both resolutions. 1280x720 works best, however it only uses half the screen. 1920x1080 takes whole screen but I'm barely able to make anything out. Hurts eyes right away. DPI is at 100% and view mode is dot by dot.


bryank

join:2000-03-23
Plainfield, IL
reply to rustydusty
Try 1280x1024