|D-RGB, D-YUV, A-RGB and A-YUV|
|What do the D-RGB, D-YUV, A-RGB and A-YUV settings do?|
|In 'Adjust sources' for the RGB1/2/3 DVI-I inputs, 'RGB input type' can be changed to tell the unit what signal is coming in. The following settings are available:|
1. 'Auto'. This automatically detects D-RGB or A-RGB (with A-RGB taking priority) and outputs digital EDID data.
2. 'D-RGB'. Takes digital RGB from the TMDS signal pins on a DVI connector and outputs digital EDID data.
3. 'D-YUV'. Takes digital YUV from the TMDS signal pins on a DVI connector and outputs digital EDID data.
4. 'A-RGB'. Takes analog RGB from the 'cross' pins on the DVI connector and outputs analog EDID data.
5. 'A-YUV'. Takes analog YUV from the 'cross' pins on the DVI connector and outputs analog EDID data.
EDID data is available on the DVI-I connector on a standard DDC link. This is used by the computer/DVD player to determine the abilities of the video monitor/scaler. Analog EDID and Digital EDID hold the same data, but tell the source that it's an analog or digital display.
Also see DVI-I DVI-A and DVI-D & What is EDID?
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