Hi, I have a KDL-19M4000 Sony Bravia 19 inch TV. So I bought a DVI to HDMI cable for my 2007 Mac Mini which outputs up to 1920x1200. My LCD TV has one hdmi input and a "PC Input." I ended up buying a DVI to HDMI cable for my mac mini to the HDMI input on the LCD TV. I received the cable today and when I hooked it up, the native LCD TV resolution of 1440x900 wasn't detected, and it just ended up showing a bunch of weird resolutions (the picture WOULD SHOW UP CRISP!), but the picture would either have borders if I unchecked "overscan" or would be zoomed in too much if "overscan" was checked. I then installed switchresx and typed in 1440x900 on it so that it could give me teh rigth resolution, then i restarted, and now the screen is centered, but there is a border around the screen. What makes this incredibly aggravating is that when I restart the computer, and the white screen with the apple icon at the beginning shows up, the screen seems to be completely filled up at the right resolution of 1440x900. I then looked at the manual, and buried somewhere within the complicated manual in fine print it said: Do not connect a PC to the TV’s HDMI input. Use the PC IN (RGB IN) input instead when connecting a PC. Wtf? Ok, fine. So I just wasted $25.00 on a stupid cable that I didn't need. I also ended up buying a stupid adapter for my macbook pro (mini displayport to DVI so I could hook that up to the 19 inch with the DVI to HDMI cable I bought). Thanks a lot *******pple and Shitony. So my question is, why the hell can't I use the HDMI input with my PC? I mean it's outputting but with a HUGE border around it GOD! So am I forced to use the, from what I understand, the ******** VGA connection which won't be "digital"? The manual says that the maximum resolution is (if I understand correctly) with the "PC Input" (it looks like a VGA FEMALE input) is: WXGA 1360× 768 47.7 60 VESA but my screen's native resolution is "1,440 dots × 900 lines" So what the hell is going on? Am I being forced to downgrade to the ******** quality analog that doesn't even display at 1440x900? And I have a DVI to VGA adapter which has a female VGA end, but the monitor has a VGA female end too so I can't connect the two. The hell? Is there a cable with two ends with both VGA males that I need then? Or am I supposed to use a XVGA cable? I hate technology... Here are the specs below (I BOLDED THE ONES THAT SEEM TO BE THE MOST IMPORTANT!): Specifications Television system: NTSC ATSC (8VSB terrestrial) QAM on cable Panel System: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel Native Display resolution (horizontal × vertical): 1,440 dots × 900 lines VIDEO IN 1/2: S VIDEO (4-pin mini DIN) (VIDEO 2 only): Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms VIDEO: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative COMPONENT IN: YPBPR (Component Video): Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Signal format: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i HDMI IN: HDMI: Video: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and PC IN: D-sub 15-pin, analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, positive See the PC Input Signal Reference Chart on page 38 PC Screen size (in inches): 19" PAGE 38 PC Input Signal Reference Chart Signals Resolution Horizontal (Pixel) ×Vertical (Line) Horizontal frequency (kHz) Vertical frequency (Hz) Standard VGA 640 × 480 31.5 60 VGA 640 × 480 37.5 75 VESA 720 × 400 31.5 70 VGA-T SVGA 800 × 600 37.9 60 VESA Guidelines 800 × 600 46.9 75 VESA XGA 1024 × 768 48.4 60 VESA Guidelines 1024 × 768 56.5 70 VESA 1024× 768 60.0 75 VESA WXGA 1280× 768 47.4 60 VESA 1280× 768 47.8 60 VESA 1360× 768 47.7 60 VESA This TV’s PC Input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync. This TV’s PC Input does not support interlaced signals. This TV’s PC Input supports signals in the above chart with a 60Hz vertical frequency. For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use signals with a 60Hz vertical frequency from a personal computer. In plug and play, signals with 60Hz vertical frequency will be selected automatically.