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setting TV resolution





badai
when i use HDMI cable to connect my computer to TV, the recommended resolution is 1280x720. but i can also set different resolution from 800x600 to 1920x1080 (few of them) and my TV can display all these resolutions fine.

so will it damage my TV if I choose non native or higher resolution?

tqvm.
mathiaus
No damage will be caused.

If you choose a higher resolution, either only part of the image will show or no picture will be shown.

If you choose a lower resolution, there is more work for the TV as it tries to convert the image to display, depending on the TV, upscale. The image may loose it's sharpness though as it will then be stretched.
badai
doesn't matter which resolution i choose, all will be display fine. no part is hidden, or look less sharp or stretch.
rjraaz
badai wrote:
doesn't matter which resolution i choose, all will be display fine. no part is hidden, or look less sharp or stretch.


It is good to find it in manual or guide comes with your TV.
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