Quick LCD TV question

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  1. jorod74

    jorod74 Psycholagnist (Ret.)

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    I broke down and bought a RCA 32" LCD TV.
    i really like it.

    Now to complete the setup in my room, i need to run out to get a monitor cable to connect my PC to it.

    My question is:
    my tv's PC resolution is only 1024x768 (which is fine by me) and i wanna make sure i get the best out of my cable. can i go wrong getting a UXGA cable?

    thanks for the help.
     
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    What model RCA?

    Televisions are (generally) only capable of a maximum display of 1080p which would be a display setting of 1920×1080 on your PC.

    If your TV can only do 720p then the settings would be 1280x720.
     
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    Model: L32HD31

    The manual states that it's highest PC resolution is 1024X768.
     
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    That TV is capable of 720p or 1080i.
    I would go with 720p -1280x720.

    I hope I've been some help. I don't really know about the cable.
     
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    i know what resolution i will set the tv; i was just wanting to make sure that by getting the UXGA cable, it won't be a problem.
     

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