Yeah that is strange to me. I guess I should try it when I get home on my plasma. I would think that a computer is just another source. A highley configurable source. Can you send it 120hz? Or does it just upconvert everything? I would really try to find some tech specs. It could be 59hz that it really needs. Or maybe there is a way to turn off the upping of the refresh rate?
I've hooked my 1330 via HDMI up to a Sony KDL-46W3000 1080P a few times. It generally worked ok. One time I couldn't get the video to show on the TV but after turning things ion/off a few times it then came up. The other times it shoed up no problem and I could cycle through Fn + F8 also.
Set the TV to "Full Pixel" mode under the "Screen" settings on the tv. Set the 1330 video output to 1920x1080. Should be all good and looks quite good on the TV.
One issue I have is with audio over HDMI. I go and set HDMI audio to default as required but then I never get audio out of the right channel until I put the computer to sleep then wake it back up then audio works fine.
I updated my Nvidia driver, and then in the Nvidia control panel, under Flat Panel scaling, I chose "no scaling" and the output worked. I don't know whether it was that setting I changed or the update.
have you guys tried to mess with your TV's settings? like with my TV, the hdmi default theatre selection is natural, which is 4:3, and i have to change it to Full, which is 16:9, and therefore, fills up the entire screen