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I just purchased a native 4:3 dlp projector and am going to have to sell it and go to an LCD based one because of my extreme sensitivity to the rainbow artifatcs. I cant even watch bright, 'low action' scenes without suffering from eye fatigue and headaches.


I've been looking at Sony's VPL-HS20 as a replacement. My screen is a custom built 4:3 ratio 114" diagonal. I will use the projector about 70% of the time for 4:3 material and the rest for 16:9.


My question is this: Is it posible to mount this projector (or any WXGA) and use the whole screen surface for 4:3 at 1024px, then through use of a 'zoom' type feature make the image smaller to fit a 16:9 at 1386px with black bars at the top and bottom? I read through the online manual, but wasn't really able to determine if I could get this behavior.
 

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Buying a screen isn't an option since the screen i have is built in. So your saying this isn't possible? The only reason I was considering it is to have the extra resolution when watching 16:9.
 
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