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Full screen for DVD viewing?

Hello, Let me begin by indicating that I do know about the aspect button on my remote and have tried it. The problem is I still have "letter-box" form on the TV when watching particular DVDs. (X-men3 for example) Is there a way to get the full screen for ALL my DVDs or are there some DVDs where it is impossible to fill out the screen? Thanks! -IT

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I believe it's impossible as the DVD Manufacturer sets the aspect of the DVD regardless. hope this helps.

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