[SunRay-Users] output resolution of VGA connector on
wyang at tjhsst.edu
Thu Mar 17 02:33:00 EET 2011
I have a 42" Toshiba LCD TV that will take up to 1080p on the HDMI ports and
720p/1080i on the component video ports, but only 1024x768 on the VGA port.
The manual says it is the max supported resolution and if I manually
override the resolution setting on my laptop to anything higher, it says
that it is receiving an unsupported resolution.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org [mailto:sunray-users-
> bounces at filibeto.org] On Behalf Of Craig Bender
> Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 6:43 PM
> To: SunRay-Users mailing list
> Subject: Re: [SunRay-Users] output resolution of VGA connector on
> Does a PC drive it a 1080p? If so, then it's not the cable.
> Can you provide the make an model of the LCD? It's most likely that
> there's not a correlating built-in timing that the Sun Ray and monitor
> can agree upon at 1920x1080. utresadm can be used to configure a custom
> timing if you can find out all the right information about what the
> monitor requires.
> (There's also some pay for PC package that can tell you this too if you
> plug the PC into the monitor).
> On 3/16/11 3:19 PM, David L. Endicott wrote:
> > /Is 55" LCD not capable of 1080p? /
> > Well, you'd think it would be, yet here we are...LOL
> > Actually it will on the HDMI input, but for some reason the VGA input is
> > hobbled to some lower options. I think my answer may be a VGA to HDMI
> > adapter that supports the 1920x1080 res. I was just hoping to avoid the
> > extra gear.
> > Thanks,
> > DLE
> > David L. Endicott
> > President
> > NeoTech Solutions, Inc.
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