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post #1 of 7 Old 12-17-2008, 08:47 PM - Thread Starter
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how the heck do i get rid of the black bars on a blu ray on this TV, i hate those, i had tried Just Scan, it does not work, i had tried wide fit and it does not work any other way, before on my old philips LCD it had an automatic feature to get rid of those. thank u


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You are probably watching a movie that is shot in 2.35:1 aspect ratio, just case we have a widescreen TV doesn't mean that there isn't wider video, it sucks but I got used to it.

And anything you do to remove the letter box will just degrade the picture and stretch it, making it look different from the original. And or cropping it, removing some of the picture that you view.
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You are probably watching a movie that is shot in 2.35:1 aspect ratio, just case we have a widescreen TV doesn't mean that there isn't wider video, it sucks but I got used to it.

And anything you do to remove the letter box will just degrade the picture and stretch it, making it look different from the original. And or cropping it, removing some of the picture that you view.

is there a way to remove the letter box or crop or stretch it?


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My question is why do you want to, view it the way the director wanted you to view it.
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My question is why do you want to, view it the way the director wanted you to view it.

i sit further away and it strains my eyes to view only half the TV picture


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Sounds like you needed a bigger TV, what is your viewing distance?
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Many has contributed good reviews and menu tweaks for great picture quality on this Sammy LN46A750 at Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/review/product/B0014175OI/
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