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Windows 7: New TV

19 Oct 2010   #11
Leimone

Win7 Ultimate x64
 
 

The cable says.
1 x HDMI plug, with ferrit
<->
1 x DVI-D plug, with ferrit. 5M


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20 Oct 2010   #12
Maxxwire

Windows 7 x64 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lemur View Post
Yeah, I just bought an LED/LCD. Really thin, nice picture, Sony.
Same here, so I bought an 8' length of the legendary Belkin Silver Series HDMI cable to connect it with my Win 7 computer come to find out that the computer must export either 1920 X 1080 or 1280 X 720 resolution over HDMI by FCC mandate which looks way over-scanned on my Sony Bravia which has a 1366 X 768 resolution. The video card can force 1366 X 768 resolution over HDMI, but the picture quality suffers considerably and so it is being used with the Sony Wega and cable STB downstairs.



I'm now using uncompressed VGA and the picture quality of the the 32" Bravia with the advantage of running on a series mode Brick Wall Surge Filter, Tice Microblock Line Conditioning and a Versalabs RFI Filter looks quite comparable to the Apple Cinema 30 downstairs running on DVI from a MAC Pro.



~Maxx~
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20 Oct 2010   #13
Leimone

Win7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I have absolutely no clue of what Maxxwire just said =(
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20 Oct 2010   #14
Maxxwire

Windows 7 x64 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Leimone View Post
I have absolutely no clue of what Maxxwire just said =(
Everything that you see on your monitor or HD TV as the case may be was once electricity coming from the wall which was not a pure 60 or 50 hz sine wave (whichever your region uses) as it should be but rather contaminated with EMI and RFI so that when it is modulated by the internal electronics to produce the picture on your monitor the purer and less contaminated the electricity is made by Power Line Conditioning the more accurate the final picture can be because it is a modulated form of that same electrical current.

I have used my Sony Bravia both with and without the Line Filtering that I mentioned in my last post and there is a distinct and very noticeable improvement to the sharpness and clarity in the picture even on its modest 1366 X 768 resolution display.

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