I think for the most part 720 lines of resolution is going to look a bit fuzzy when pulled out to 32"
huh? I am either the luckiest 32 lcd guy around or something isnt right. the only way mine gets blurry is if i have my nose touching the screen.
otherwise i asked the girlfriend and she said your gonna ask me when im not wearing my glasses
mines fine at 40inch, i know what this guys talking about though because when the pc runs a 1280 by 720 in the wrong hdmi it does seem blured a bit for some reason . All this assuming hes having the same troubles i ran into trying to get my native res
it was like night and day switching from 720 to 768 on my tv even though its only a few more pixels on reach row
use a different hdmi input on the tv. i had this problem with my samsung 1360 by 768 and as it turns out only one of my HDMI connections will let me display it . Try every tv hdmi input you have on the TV
Hi. I only have 2 HDMI inputs and I am using the 1st one
I have a Sharp Aquos 32in running at 1360x768 using a DVI to HDMI cable on a HD4850 , from what I can tell most 32in 720P sets that are out on the market use a 1360x768 panel. I have the feeling that because your using straight HDMI CCC is only giving you HDTV resolutions (1280x720 is 720P), not sure but you might be able to add a custom resolution to CCC (1360x768 @ 60Hz).
Running at 1360x768 on my set gives sharp text with no blur, but running in none native res will make text blur. Also if you get it to run in 1360x768 make sure you find the option in the TV menu called DOT BY DOT are 1:1 PIXEL RATIO are PIXEL BY PIXEL and enable it, what will this do you ask, well most of these sets are actually 1366 not 1360 but you can only get 1360 output (trust me I've tried) in which case the set will overscan up to 1366 causing blur with text, having 1:1 pixel trued on will keep the original format leaving 6 pixel 3 on each side of the screen unused (you won't notice them) you can even try this with a lower res like 800x600 (not HD res as it will be overscan) and you'll see that the set will stretch to full screen without 1:1 but will not if 1:1 pixel mapping is enabled.
Hope this helps.