ATI Duplicating screen to a HDTV?

Answer By definition, if you're *duplicating* the screen (as opposed to extending the screen), you are by definition using the same resolution on both screens...EDIT:No. Unless you go for the "extend" opt... Read More »

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The ratio of width to the height of the screen of an hdtv is 16 to 9 suppose a large screen hdtv has a 70-in diagonal screen find the width and the height of the screen?

If the ratio is 16:9, call the horizontal edge A and the vertical edge B. A=16x, B=9x. For a rightangled triangle, A2+B2=702. So (16x)2 + (9x)2 = 4900. From here:(16x)2 + (9x)2 = 4900256x2 + 81x2 =... Read More »

If you can not receive a HDTV signal should you buy an HDTV just to have a bigger screen?

Answer If you want a bigger screen, then buy one, but do be sure to buy a digital TV because analog is being phased out quickly. Also, go to to find out exactly what digital stat... Read More »

PC dual screen; HDMI HDTV with secondary vga monitor why does the monitor look better than the hdtv?

Tv's usally only support HD formats natively. 1600x1080 is not a native HD format as far as I know, so it is probably scaling to fit which usually looks very bad. Set the HDTV to either 1920x1080p ... Read More »

How Can I Convert My Big Screen TV to HDTV?

When using a big screen, high-definition television you are going to receive standard definition signals unless you convert the television to an HD connection. This requires you updating your cable... Read More »