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    Contributor MaleBoricua's Avatar
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    32 inch Visco HDTV resolution 1366X768 @720p using component cables....I did try one of those X2VGA 2 2.0 on my 19 inch Hpvs19e for use with PS3 but the thing didn't work

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    To be honest, I tried the HDMI to DVI cable by ordering one through newegg.com but I can't get it to display my PS3 the my Acer 19in. Widescreen LCD monitor. Momegao could you please tell me which particular HDMI to DVI cable on the site you mentioned is the one you purchased or maybe even the procedure you went through for setting up your PS3 to your widescreen monitor? I would really be most appreciated. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momegao View Post
    What are your hookups???
    61" inch JVC HD-61FN97 in 1080p via HDMI, audio is 5:1 philips receiver.

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    My Jap PS3 is hooked up on a sharp 46XD1E with HDMI at 1080p@60 Hz ...it ROCKS

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    My audio is always the same: optical to a Samsung 600W 5.1 home theater with bluetooth rear speakers.

    For video, it depends on how I feel at the time. My television is a 32" 1080i Westinghouse LCD where I use an HDMI-to-DVI cable. I also have a 1080p HP home theater projector for 100+ inches of viewing pleasure. It has built-in speakers, but they suck of course. Picture is a bit brighter on the LCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by croft72 View Post
    To be honest, I tried the HDMI to DVI cable by ordering one through newegg.com but I can't get it to display my PS3 the my Acer 19in. Widescreen LCD monitor. Momegao could you please tell me which particular HDMI to DVI cable on the site you mentioned is the one you purchased or maybe even the procedure you went through for setting up your PS3 to your widescreen monitor? I would really be most appreciated. Thank you.
    I purchased my HDMI-to-DVI from newegg as well and it works fine. It's hooked up to a 32" HDTV, but maybe you'll find this helpful. Have you had it hooked up to another video source prior to the monitor?

    At one time I wasn't getting a picture from my PS3 when I connected it to the TV and I couldn't understand why because I was JUST playing it on my projector and everything was fine. Then it hit me that I had the resolution set to 1080p....and my television could handle no higher than 1080i. From that point on, I either switch back to a lower res before disconnecting from the projector or I hold down the power button for 5-10 seconds on the PS3 to reset the resolution (to 480p I believe). If this is the case for you, can your monitor handle 1080p?
    Last edited by daddyfatsax112; 01-25-2007 at 07:17 PM

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    46 inch samsung S4695D @1080p using HDMI. I have connected TV and my computer to Creative DDTS-100 via optical and connected to my Klipsch Promedia 4.1. Good God, I don't want to get out the house...

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    Im Using HDMI Cable it better ..

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    my ps3 is hooked up to my benq 16x9 106" projection screen on the wall via HDMI to DVI at 1080i. sound is the optical out to my kenwood 600 watt 5.1 DTS/Dolby Digital Surround sound. i love this setup.

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    I'm just using the regular AV Cables. Rockin' it old school.

 

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