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Considering to purchase this tv but...


(Might be a stupid question but it would be helpful if you could answer this)


I am getting this TV for my parents & it is the only LCD that I could find that looks great on SD programing because of the Resolution+ technology.


Most of the programing is going to be a 4:3 format on my standard definition DirecTV. So I am going to be using the TheaterWide modes to fill the screen. So for those of you who have the 40XV645U set...


When I set the TheaterWide mode on my SD 4:3 programing so it fills the screen- When I turn off the TV, will the TV remember my setting or will it reset it back to its original 4:3 format when I turn it on the next time?
 

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it will remember the setting.


i owned this TV for about a week but returned it to get a Panasonic 50X1 720p plasma at the same price because the LCD was too small for our living room and had some major drawbacks that Plasma does not have like viewing angles and motion resolution.


also in my experience resolution+ did absolutely nothing for picture quality.
 

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Originally Posted by frito /forum/post/18220324


it will remember the setting.


also in my experience resolution+ did absolutely nothing for picture quality.

oh wow... seems to be the only TV I can find that someone is pushing something like resolution+.


Maybe ile have to just see it in person.


So it will remember your last TheaterWide mode from the last turn off?


because I heard it reset itself back to its native resolution when you turn the TV back on after a turn off?
 

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Originally Posted by nikolce23 /forum/post/18222058


oh wow... seems to be the only TV I can find that someone is pushing something like resolution+.


Maybe ile have to just see it in person.


So it will remember your last TheaterWide mode from the last turn off?


because I heard it reset itself back to its native resolution when you turn the TV back on after a turn off?

pretty sure it would, i can't say for certain as i no longer own the TV and when i did i rarely used zoom picture modes but i did constantly use the no-overscan mode with my PC's HDMI input and it will stay on that one when turned off so why would it do it there and not on another zoom mode?
 
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