4157 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 14, 2009 11:03 AM by arkling
It could be the pixel clock needs to be lowered. Since you already have SRX installed, try the following:
Connect the mini to the Philips.
Remote into the mini and set the resolution to 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz if it isn't already.
Remotely open SRX on the mini.
Click on the Custom button on the button bar.
Click on the "+" sign to create a new timing.
Put a check mark in the "Use simplified settings:" box.
In the associated pop-up select "CVT-RB"
If the Scan rate isn't already at 60, type 60 in the box.
Click OK and then quit SRX and follow the directions for saving and restarting.
The result should be a new timing created with reduced blanking (the "-RB" in CVT-RB) and hence a lower pixel clock. While still remoted into the mini, select this new timing from within Displays preferences and see if the Philips lights up. Good luck.
With the Mac Mini the TV has always just been dark, (no boot Apple even) (with a message saying something like "no video signal" on the TV ) I'll give the lower resolutions a try when I get home though.
When I use the same DVI to HDMI cable with my PowerMac G4 (Quicksilver with Radeon 9800Pro) or my MacBook Pro (2007) I get great picture and works without a hitch so I think the cable is good.
Also, I did have Mac OS X Server 10.5.5 installed, last night I reformatted and put Leopard client edition to see if that would help any. (just trying different things at this point)
Thanks again !