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post #1 of 3 Old 01-18-2006, 08:34 PM - Thread Starter
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I've got a 4x3 display device (CRT projector) that when I'm on an HD channel, the picture is stretched vertically. I can't compress the raster on the projector enough to make it look right.

I've changed the settings in the power-menu menu, but it didn't make any difference.

Any help?

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To edit: I've tried messing with all the settings in the power-menu menu... here's what I've got:

1080i/720p makes no difference what type of display I set (4x3 P/S, 4x3 LB, 16x9)
at 480p, it actually does what you'd expect (black bars at the top/bottom).

I think that the display type doesn't do anything with the 1080i/720p settings....

It's like this on my series I and III boxes...
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If you mean the menu you access when the box is powered down, then I can offer you no assitance. I thought it was the first or second setting in that menu.
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If you mean the menu you access when the box is powered down, then I can offer you no assitance. I thought it was the first or second setting in that menu.

Yeah, I've changed all those (see my edit to the original message). I think that the display type doesn't affect 1080i/720p settings.
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