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Old 22nd January 2013, 05:45 AM   #41
jparker is offline jparker  United States
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Default I like your set up.

I like your set up. Looks really nice. I hope mine looks as good. I hope you don't mind but you gave me some ideas looking at yours. Awesome I'm sure it sounds as good as it looks. Really looks good.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 08:48 AM   #42
jparker is offline jparker  United States
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To explain a little more about my receiver and I hope it helps; the processor in my Yamaha only does 1080p it will not down scale. So I have to connect HDMI into my GTX 460 and plug my 19 inch monitor into it as will. So I can make the resolution 1368X768 across both screens. If I had a 1080p monitor and TV then I could go through the receiver and it would be picked up by the processor in it. It wont scale in the receiver even though it scales in the computer when you set it there. It's not a firmware issue it's just the way the processor works in the receiver.
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