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I have a Panasonic SA-PT750 and a new LCD HDTV (Sharp Aquos, 46"). The DVD quality is terrible. I changed the setting to 1080p on the DVD player but still not good. I am using an HDMI cable. Also, when playing a DVD the picture starts as 4:3 Letterbox which is long and thing but after a minute or so it changes to full screen which is terrible.

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On tose new hdtvs youve gotta set screen format in the menu to manual,youve gotta do it when you watch dvds,, or else itll stay on full ,,and also under setup in the menu check to see if u have convirgence, most hdtvs have this. it realigns the colors. u have to set it for every input channel

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