Ahh i see.. Yea i only use FULL so tha what it was cut off in.. I guess i could switch to 'standard' and anything cut off is not my tv fault? or is that not true either?
Full mode does not hide anything, for HD sources, its the correct aspect ratio, for SD sources it stretches them horizontally only, for anamorphic DVDs it is also the correct aspect ratio
and yes the TV just like all CRTs have about 5% overscan
I have some wierd channels like 93.1015 or some junk like that, its amazing how many channels they were sneaking in one main chanel with sub frequencies i guess? oneo f them was like 82.10 then 82.12 then 82.1205 .. it was really wierd.. I dont totally understand that.. How do i use the guide?
there is a guide button on the remote
also you can see the manual
also if you goto the add/remove channels, you can go through all the channels to see whats available
also does anyone else have comcast? I get NO program information what-so-ever and i thought some people said thats what happens when you go directly into the tv from the wall with comcast? (would be nice to get SOME info, my JVC was able to get info from the cable lineup after i specificed the correct channels)...
not sure I can answer this, but my over the air channels most of the time have info
if your does not, its probably cause of Comcast
I would check the programming forum here at AVS
AHHHH also, my tv just did something that scared me, I was watching serenity here, and the tv made a loud click and the picture kind of...umm faded for a sec and came back on? Almost like a power surge, but a bit more suddle.. A loud click which seemed to come from the back of the tv? Its been on for about 2 hours solid right now.. Is this something normal ? should i keep an eye out for something? I'm a bit concerned with that! (the movie is still playing and the screen looks fine no effects of any kind after that click.. just a quick picture adjust or something?).
mine definitely made some strange noises when I first had it, but it has not lost signal (with analogue sources)
is this from component or HDMI?
I have had some signal lose issues with HDMI, but I am sure it was cause of my video card drivers
I had to use betas to get DVI to HDMI support when I first got my TV
with newer drivers I have not had any issues