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Old 01-22-07, 01:23 PM   #10
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Default Re: Bad overscan watching HDTV

Originally Posted by Ancient
There are a couple of potential fixes because this may not be an actual overscan problem but a zoom setting from your TV or cable box. TVs and/or cable boxes often have aspect settings that zoom/stretch a picture to allow you to adjust the picture for the various widescreen aspect ratios, since not all are 16:9. For example, my TV has an "Aspect" button on the remote where I can select from a few different ratio types in widescreen labeled "full, panorama, and cinema." You may want to check if your TV and/or cable box has such settings available.
hah, It isn't an "aspect" ratio problem . This is genuine overscan.

betterdan, i'll look to see if i can get to those "codes" you are talking about when i get home.
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