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HDMI = terrible quality??please help!


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#1 xXxexpertxXx

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 11:40 AM

So when i connect my HDMI cable from my graphics card to my 32 inch toshiba tv screen. It texts and fonts are really crappy and blurry. i cant get HDMI to work at all no matter what i trie. Right now im just using AGP output and it is 203i203920 times better right now. Someone please help me to get hdmi to work thank you!

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#2 OldPhil

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:08 PM

My first hookup looked krappy, I read on their blog the screen resolution had to be changed.  A few minutes of fooling around now it is like a photograph!

 

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 01:26 PM

My first hookup looked krappy, I read on their blog the screen resolution had to be changed.  A few minutes of fooling around now it is like a photograph!

 

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i have been messing around with the res as well no luck no matter what one i thoose. The screen is a 32 inch i beleive



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 01:43 PM

Size doesn't matter, resolution does.  I've got a 22 inch and 27 inch monitor on my desk and their resolution is the same.  Go to Toshiba's site and either download the manual for your television or see if you can find the resolution.  Once you set the resolution you should be fine.



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 03:32 PM

Resolution cannot be changed on a hdtv if using hdmi.  It can only be changed on the computer, through the Graphics Adapter software.  Helps to know if this is a nVidia or AMD card, and what chipset that it is using.  You can get the information on your adapter through Speccy or hwinfo.



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Posted 13 February 2014 - 10:06 AM

Resolution cannot be changed on a hdtv if using hdmi.  It can only be changed on the computer, through the Graphics Adapter software.  Helps to know if this is a nVidia or AMD card, and what chipset that it is using.  You can get the information on your adapter through Speccy or hwinfo.

  Is the toshiba tv different?  Both my Panny and Sammy HD tv's have adjustable resolution with hdmi connection.



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Posted 13 February 2014 - 11:18 PM

Changing the resolution from the TV would just mean either upscaling or downscaling, it's recommended you change the resolution from the source to avoid quality loss, and have you tried playing around with the TV settings? Also please try and find the native resolution of your TV and set it as your current res in your computer.

 

 

You should also try screwing around with the settings on the TV (Unless you paid to have it configurated properly)


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