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i have asked this question on a few forums and have gotten conflicting answers. this should NOT be so difficult to resolve!


can a knowledgable Sanyo PLV-60 owner PLEASE answer this question defintively??



Q1: does the projector have an option to fill the ENTIRE 16x9 LCD panel with a 2.35 image (thus enabling use of ISCO lens to project 100% of the pixels onto a 2.35 screen and thus have a brighter image than a lens-zoomed image)


Q2: what is this command called in the manual - or what is the operational sequence to use?


Q3: can the 2.35 vertical "vertical stretch" option be used on ALL 2.35 DVD material (anamorphic AND non-anamorphic)?


NOTE: just an added clarification - doing this option should cause a 2.35 DVD to look distorted (skinny people) on a 16:9 screen!


PS: no opinions this time - only facts, please http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif


thks!
 

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Originally posted by Knuck:
I don't own the PLV60 but I did demo it. If you go into the aspect ratio menu and choose "zoom" this should stretch the image vertically filling the 16:9 panel.
thanks - you said "should" (as opposed to "will") http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif


can some owners confirm this for once & all?


how about the 3rd question? (work w/ BOTH anamorphic & non-anamorphic 2.35?)


thanks!
 
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