I would start by trying to identify which piece of gear is causing the problem. Take the Kramer out of the loop, hook a different bluray up to the projector are just a couple of things you could do to zero in on what is causing the problem.
I would normally try and narrow it down by taking things out of the equation, but unfortunately not with the set up we've got (the projector being roof mounted 20ft above me!). I can build the scaffolding if need be but was hoping it would be something with the Kramer or BluRay as there's obviously been no changes made to the Projector.
Dan, would love to give you a call to see if you can help but unfortunately i'm in England. Calling the US would have me getting a rollocking off the big bosses
Any chance i can ask for your help via email?
I've changed the source on the kramer to VGA and i'm getting the same image size. I've just factory reset the projector again and we're still at 50%.
Possibly a daft question.. but this perticular projector having 2 lamps (i think..?). Would it do this if one has blown?
I'm going to fiddle around with the kramer a bit more.. but all is default settings so it should be standard aspect at the moment..
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