[mythtv-users] 720p display at 1360x768 with hdmi receiver? (slightly OT)

Jean-Yves Avenard jyavenard at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 22:59:35 UTC 2011

On 12 April 2011 05:09, GZ <gzornetzer.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This might be a little OT, but useful to some mythtv users.
> My mythbox is driving a 720p TV at the panel's native resolution -
> 1360x768.  I'm considering putting an HDMI-capable audio receiver in
> the mix for HD-audio capabilities.  When I do this, will I have to
> start setting my X-server to display at a true 720p resolution?  It
> seems like most of the HDMI audio receivers only seem to support the
> true 720p signal as opposed to the 1360x768 panel resolution.  For
> reference, I'm looking at the Yamaha rx-v467 or 667 - those can be had
> for pretty cheap now.
> Thanks,

Personally I would run the display as if it was 720p. 720p let you
change the refresh rate like 60Hz or 24Hz ; while most of the time TV
won't accept 1360x768 at anything other than 60Hz

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