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PC will always win because of true 1080p....sure FPS might be low, but hey, more pixels more power I always say. =P

Also if you're having issues with a pc connected to a tv make sure you have overscan, noise reduction and true motion off. It helps.
Edited by Dooginater - 5/17/11 at 7:53pm
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Ok my set up is as follows:

HDMI out to Bose system, then HDMI to Epson projector. I forget which one but it's 1080p for sure.

This is interesting, I switched to 720p (1280x720) and my text looks sharp. So maybe it is a resolution problem. I'm still not thrilled with this outcome.. but maybe the projector isn't 1080p native? Not sure, but at least now I can read without my eyes freaking out!
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Ok my set up is as follows:

HDMI out to Bose system, then HDMI to Epson projector. I forget which one but it's 1080p for sure.

This is interesting, I switched to 720p (1280x720) and my text looks sharp. So maybe it is a resolution problem. I'm still not thrilled with this outcome.. but maybe the projector isn't 1080p native? Not sure, but at least now I can read without my eyes freaking out!
just use the native res and itll look fine.
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Originally Posted by blindwarrior View Post
Ok my set up is as follows:

HDMI out to Bose system, then HDMI to Epson projector. I forget which one but it's 1080p for sure.

This is interesting, I switched to 720p (1280x720) and my text looks sharp. So maybe it is a resolution problem. I'm still not thrilled with this outcome.. but maybe the projector isn't 1080p native? Not sure, but at least now I can read without my eyes freaking out!
Sounds like your projector is 720p. If not, you could try directly hooking to the projector and see if that clears it up any...
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