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LG 32LJ500B TV Resolution Question

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just got a 32" LG 32LJ500B 720p LED TV for my PC. It says that the native resolution is 1366x768 60Hz. Will it hurt any quality to raise the resolution to like 1920x1080 or even 2560x1440. Not very knowledgeable with monitors or TVs. Or should I keep it at native?

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it'll look worse (lower quality) but you'll have more screen space

keep it at native if you want text to look good


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, themctipers said:

it'll look worse (lower quality) but you'll have more screen space

keep it at native if you want text to look good

Ok thank you for the info. I will keep it at native.

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if the tv reports properly capabilities, resolution and refresh rate, you will not be able to select anything over 720p

 

if for some reason it allows you the image might come nor properly centered, reduced or distorted

 

remember that some tvs say 120 or higher hz, but in reality when you connect them to a pc most will do 60hz

 

if it was my tv, yes, i would run it at the native resolution

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