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    will my monitor support HD when using a ps3?

    hey there

    im wondering if this monitor(wont let my post links yet so i posted the specs)

    # Main Features:

    - Recommend 1440 x 900 / 60Hz
    - Slim bezel
    - 5ms fast response time
    - 800:1
    - D-Sub & DVI
    - 300cd/m²
    # Specifications:

    - Panel: TFT Active Matrix LCD, Super Narrow Bezel, VIS: 19" wide (48.1cm), Diagonal Hard Coating (3H), Anti-glare Treatment
    - Design Line: Wide
    - Pixel / Dot Pitch: 0.285mm x 0.285mm
    - Viewable Image Size (Diagonal): 19” wide aspect 16:10
    - Display Area: 410mm x 256mm
    - Brightness: 300 cd/m² (typ)
    - Contrast Ratio: 800:1
    - Response Time (tr+tf): 5ms
    - Viewing Angle:
    Horizontal: 170 Degrees
    Vertical: 160 Degrees
    - Compatibility: VESA, WXGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, VGA
    - Scanning Frequency:
    Horizontal: 30K~83KHz (analogue)
    Vertical: 55~75 Hz
    - Pixel Frequency: 135 MHz
    - Maximum Resolution: 1440x900@60Hz
    - Recommended Resolution: 1440x900@60Hz
    - Resolution Supported 720x400@70Hz, 832x624@75Hz, 1152x864@75Hz, 1440x900@60Hz, 640x480@60/67/72/75Hz, 800x600@56/60/75Hz, 1024x768@60/75Hz, 1280x1024@60/75Hz
    - Colours: 16.2M
    - Signal Input:
    Analogue: Video: 0.7Vp-p, RGB analogue
    Separate Sync: TTL Level
    H/V Sync: Positive / Negative
    Digital Input: DVI-D (TMDS)
    - Connectors:
    Analogue RGB Signal: 15-pin D-sub Male (Attached)
    DVI-D: 24-pin DVI-D
    Power: 3-pin Plug (CEE22)
    - Power Source:
    Power adaptor Input: Universal 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz
    Power adaptor Output: 12VDC, 5A
    - Power Consumption: 36Watts (Max)
    - Plug & Play: DDC1/2B
    - EPA ENERGY STAR ®: Yes
    - User Control: Auto Adjust, Left Key, Right Key, Menu Key, On/Off Key
    - Function: Brightness, Contrast, Input Select, Focus, Clock, H/V Position, Language, Recall, Exit, RGB
    - OSD Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian
    - Emissions Standard: TC099
    - Regulations: UL, CSA, FCC, TUV/GS, CE, ISO 13406-2, Windows®XP Logo
    - Other Features: VESA 100mm Wall Mountable*,
    Kensington Security Slot
    - Dimensions Monitor: 440x325x207mm (W x H x D), Carton: 510x425x145
    - Weight Net: 4.0kgs, Gross: 5.0kgs
    - Loading Qty w/pallet: 20" 825 pcs, 40" 1725 pcs

    will support 720p?

    when using a hdmi to dvi cable

    thanks for your time

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    Re: will my monitor support HD when using a ps3?

    no.

    - Resolution Supported 720x400@70Hz, 832x624@75Hz, 1152x864@75Hz, 1440x900@60Hz, 640x480@60/67/72/75Hz, 800x600@56/60/75Hz, 1024x768@60/75Hz, 1280x1024@60/75Hz

    720p is 1280x720, which is not on the supported list.

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    Re: will my monitor support HD when using a ps3?

    but his monitor is capable of higher res's so surely he'll be ok? it just mite not look as good as it should on his screen??

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