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PC to HDTV blurry text

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  • Nvidia
  • HDMI
  • Graphics
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October 27, 2011 10:06:49 AM

I am setting up a HTPC,

The following are true

I am using a HDMI > HDMI cable (I have also checked the cable by replacing it with another one)
I am outputting via a 9300 or a GTS250 (so not the video card that is at fault)
I can output from either video card using HDMI or D-SUB
TV can input via PC/D-SUB or HDMI
TV is a Logic 40" and it is a 1080p display with native Res of 1920/1080
TV is set to 'Dot-to-dot'
Refresh has been checked @ 35/30/50/59/60 all are blurry

The PC/D-SUB picture is pefectly clear (like a monitor), the HMDI is fuzzy/blured, There have been many many many posts about this on lots of different forums, yet not decernable answer.

Why is a 1:1 pixel ratio from a digital output to a digital input on a digital device blurry? running native resolution. I'm assuming some sort of overscan issue, but running a 1:1 ratio should remove.

Anyone know what is causing this issue ?

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October 27, 2011 10:18:47 AM

Many Tv's seem to do this, and I'm still entirely unsure why. I have the exact same problem, and find that (weirdly) it looks much better over VGA.

If you can, use a VGA cable, I'm sure it will look much better. Hopefully someone will have an ides why it does this.
October 27, 2011 10:21:50 AM

VGA cable wont transmit BluRay though as it does not include the encrytion
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October 27, 2011 10:23:23 AM

it does include High def Content Protection, so its not that, good idea tho, keep them comming
October 27, 2011 11:18:18 AM

You can use a VGA > HDMI adapter, but thier is no point, I might as well do VGA > VGA as VGA > HMDI dont include HDCP
October 27, 2011 11:44:40 AM

You need to change the "sharpness" in your Tv settings.
October 27, 2011 11:58:02 AM

Sharpness is set to minimum, its not that.
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