Dual Monitor help PLEASE

Hi Guys,

Basically i have my normal AOC pc monitor connected to my graphics card through VGA (1080p) and the picture quality is absolutely fantastic.

What it is I've got an LCD 24" TV here which is full 1080p and ive plugged it into my graphics card through HDMI but the quality on the hdmi tv is terrible, the picture is full screen but the text and writing is all fuzzy and blurred. how can i fix this?

I have AMD vision engine control centre on my pc if that has a setting ive missed.

The graphics card is a Asus HD6670 1GB GDDR5

I want it in the extended monitor setting so i can drag a windows over to the monitor and have 2 screens at once.

HELP!
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  1. I also get this. cant find any answers...sorry to resurrect but have you got a solution yet?
  2. Fix to both of you is probably the need to set the resolution properly. A 1080p TV should be 1920x1080 for most sets.
  3. Didnt work, everything was still blurry an hard to read
  4. xXJAYXx said:
    Didnt work, everything was still blurry an hard to read


    What is the resolution the TV is set to and what is the brand/model of it?

    Does the TV have another PC input to try? If yes, try that.
  5. Any res works with the VGA up to 1440 x 900, its a LOGIK l32HE23
    It has only 1 PC and it has 2 HDMI...my pc has another PC output but it doesnt work due to its onboard
  6. Turn off overscan on your tv when using hdmi.
    And TV sucks for crisp clean text or small things.
  7. xXJAYXx said:
    Any res works with the VGA up to 1440 x 900, its a LOGIK l32HE23
    It has only 1 PC and it has 2 HDMI...my pc has another PC output but it doesnt work due to its onboard


    It's a 720p. The specs on it:

    Resolution 1366 x 768

    Text will be blurry due to a 32" TV at that resolution. That is the resolution of about a 19" monitor which you are spreading out over 32 inches.

    If you want sharp text on a a TV over 22" or so, you'd need a 1080p set.

    Changing the contrast and brightness may help, a lower brightness and contrast helps with making the text better. Not by much, but a noticeable difference.
  8. So how would I get a duel screen with it?
  9. xXJAYXx said:
    So how would I get a duel screen with it?


    Dual screen setup is pretty easy. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/understanding-multiple-monitors

    This is for Vista but works the same way with 7.

    If you want the TV to show something different than you monitor you need to use extended view, duplicate will show the same thing on both screens.
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