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32" LED TV Resolution problem

I'm using a 32" LED tv as a monitor. The max resolution is 1920x1080. On my 23" monitors it looks great but on this TV all the icons look kind of blurry. I was hoping there is some sort of solution to this. Maybe be able to boost the resolution or something? It's connected VIA HDMI

Emerson LF320EM4 32"
is the type of tv I believe
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    Your TV has 1366x768 resolution so your 1080i/p output is getting downscaled to a lower resolution. That is where the blurriness comes from.

    If you want a sharp image on that display, use its native resolution.
  2. InvalidError said:
    Your TV has 1366x768 resolution so your 1080i/p output is getting downscaled to a lower resolution. That is where the blurriness comes from.

    If you want a sharp image on that display, use its native resolution.


    I would love to if I knew how lol. I can upgrade the graphics when I'm playing games, but then I can't have it windowed. Could you explain how to set it to the 1366x768. I couldn't find it in screen resolution or my catalyst control center...
  3. If you do not see the resolution in Windows' display management or CCC, it is because the display is not reporting it. Your next easiest choice would be to pick the nearest match, which would probably be 1280x720.
  4. InvalidError said:
    If you do not see the resolution in Windows' display management or CCC, it is because the display is not reporting it. Your next easiest choice would be to pick the nearest match, which would probably be 1280x720.


    All I am seeing is 1900x1080. If I could pick anything better I would. My question is how to do it? I understand that I can choose these other settings but I want the maximum resolution. If I knew how to just pick it I would. Also I am fairly certain CCC didn't show anything better, but then again I am not very literate with that program. Could you explain to me how to do it through there?
  5. If your TV was reporting multiple supported resolutions, they should be listed in the display resolution selection page.

    If it does not, then you either have to live with it as-is or download a third-party utility to "overclock" your display output and try to find what resolutions and timings your TV might be happy with.
  6. it is calibration problem

    I found that in samsung's TV helps naming the type of input
    look here: http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/iframe/pop_troubleshooting_fr.jsp?idx=475001&modelname=UN55ES8000F
  7. also google around ''windows blurry text'' and see if theres something up with that

    it can be a windows issue also
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