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Hi, the answer is do NOT use S-Video, otherwise the quality you will get
will not be greater than 480. I learned this the hard way after buying an
extra S-video cable. User either RGB or DVI. Component may work also, but
I am unsure
"L Miller" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have a Sony KDF-60WF655 LCD back projection TV. It has HDMI but
> when I drive it from my PC using a DVI to HDMI cable, I just get 640 c
> 480 resolutin and additionally the lines are warpeed and there is a
> lot of overscan.
> When I drive it with a S-Video output of a graphics card, again the
> card only puts out 640 x 480 and the immage quality is quite poor.
> Is there any way to drive the TV from the PC with a signal that makes
> use of the TV's native 1080 x 720 i ?
> In other words, can I get my computer output to look great like DVD's
> Does anyone know of any third party converters that may help?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.