Hi we just got a new Hyundai Imagequest TV which has a whole plethora of connections and is a 32" widescreen system
Im not sure what is the best way to connect my machine up to this new TV to get the best result. At the moment i use the vga cable as it was easiest to get working. However when I watch DVDs or videos that are widescreen there are really big black borders at the top and bottom. I mustn't of picked the correct setup for my TV when I ran the AV wizard.
Heres the connectors that my TV has:
My Graphics card has the following outputs:
Im thinking that a dvi to hdmi will be the best way to connect it up but im not too sure. Also I would like to remove the black borders from some of the TV and DVD/Videos that i watch if possible.
THe interface appears to cover the whole screen nicely unlike films that I play back.
Any thoughts greatly appreciated
I would suggest you choose DVI -> HDMI and then use the AVwizard to choose DVI/HDMI out at your Hybrid and 720p as your resolution, and UI2 as your Orbiter UI choice and 'Stereo' to route sound to your TV's stereo input audio inputs. 720p resolution is a true 16:9 resolution and the AVwizard will generate the appropriate mode line for your TV... and that will get rid of most instances of 'Letter boxing' that you are seeing. There will still be some movies that are at a greater aspect ration than 16:9 ie some are 2.35:1 for example and these will still 'letter box' (but under UI2 you can 'zoom' those movies if you want to).
Hope the above helps