Okay thanks. That seems to settle the issue then. It looks like you're back to having to build an amplifier.
Ron asked a while back if you tried another cable. Simple things first. I've come across some pretty crappy VGA cables in my experience, giving bad video.
If I have the right manual;
Have you played with "MagicBright"?
- useless (atleast to me) "magicbrightness" future.
The problem with AGC is that, in TV video there is no guarantee the video will have "white" in it.
I have heard this, many time above in this thread. Will some one please show me a picture of TV video where white is at zero volts.Television uses negative video, where white is zero volts. Hence, there's always a white reference.
I can not think of a VGA monitor that uses AGC.Whether a VGA monitor makes use of this information is another matter entirely.
I think AGC is not done to video.However, whether white is 0% or 12.5%, it really changes nothing as far as being able to restore proper contrast and black level from an attenuated signal.
No. Life is not sure.is it sure
I have heard this, many time above in this thread. Will some one please show me a picture of TV video where white is at zero volts. I agree white is negative compared to black.