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WINBOOK V200 VGA DRIVER
Prepare the audio and composite video cables supplied for this connection.
Connecting A Hdtv Set-top Box 4. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Prepare the HDMI cable not supplied. If your device has an S-Video output connector it is recommended to use the S-Video connection described earlier in this section for better picture quality. Connecting A Computer 4. Using the DVI Connection 1. Prepare a DVI-D cable and mini audio WinBook V200 VGA not supplied for this connection.
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Prepare a VGA cable and mini audio cable not supplied for this connection. WinBook V200 VGA tools to tighten the F-type connector might cause damage to your LCD TV such as the breaking of an internal circuit.
Using The Composite Connections 4. Press to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
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Testing the WinBook 46D1 Testing the WinBook 46D1 My initial impression of WinBook V200 VGA 46D1's image quality was that its picture appeared slightly washed-out, albeit very bright. The picture controls are independently configurable for each video input.
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I settled on the warm color-temperature preset, as it produced what appeared to be the most natural-looking skin tones. Setting the TV's backlight to minimum levels improved dark grays and blacks while giving colors a more saturated appearance. Viewing angles with the 46D1 were normal for an LCD screen, with the first signs of decreasing color saturation occurring at 30 degrees. But its picture remained legible out to the degrees claimed in the specs. Using my usual batch of DVD video clips, I configured a Denon DVD disc player for component-video output at i resolution, mimicking the format of regular television.
The WinBook V200 VGA was also one of the few HDTVs I've seen that properly detected the cadence of time-compressed video, which is often encountered with movies edited for television broadcasts. I felt that the overall image quality with DVD video appeared slightly soft, but this trait did make film grain and other random noise artifacts WinBook V200 VGA obvious.
Results from my HQV WinBook V200 VGA test DVD revealed average deinterlacing performance with video containing motion, as I noted some jaggies on the moving bar patterns at the most oblique angles. The test's bridge scene was also lacking in detail, as some of the brickwork remained blurry and indistinct.
On high-definition programming via Dish Networks, the 46D1's full-screen image quality was quite appealing, with natural-looking colors that reminded me of Pioneer's impressive PROHD plasma television. With HD movies on Blu-ray and HD DVD formats, the 46D1's p screen resolution is half that of the source material, but the TV's terrific color quality WinBook V200 VGA image contrast made viewing this high-quality content a pleasure. A still-frame capture taken from the 46D1 revealed some obvious detail loss compared with viewing the same content on a native p display such as the larger Sharp LCD92Ubut Sharp's flagship LCD costs over four times more than the 46D1.
Basically, it interpolated a single line "field" to create the full-screen image, rather than analyzing two or more consecutive fields to provide a full 1,line frame.
At viewing distances of 10 feet or more, I was unable to notice any appreciable detail differences between these two displays when viewing 1,line material, and I felt that the WinBook V200 VGA color representation surpassed the Sharp's. But this is best appreciated in a darkened environment and becomes less of a factor with any significant room lighting. Lab tests using a Konica Minolta CS chroma meter revealed that the 46D1 exhibited excellent primary and secondary color accuracy at peak brightness.
Even more impressive was that the colors tracked in a very linear pattern, all the way down to the dark grays. The WinBook V200 VGA warm color-temperature preset provided imagery that came closest to matching the color and detail standards used in television and cinema production. This result was impressive for "preset" image quality from a value-priced HDTV.
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