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When using HDMI input from Blue Ray DVD Player DMP-BD-35 I see black bars at the top and bottom of the TV screen 9JVC LT-37DS6BJ) despite changing the aspect ratio of the DVD player

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  • RalphPip Dec 04, 2008

    Thanks Gerry

    I'll try changing the aspect ratio on the TV. If that doesn't work I need to change the resolution from the Player - right ?

    (I've tried the latter on it's own - it didn't help)

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The aspect ratio is higher from the player that what the TV can take in the resolution level that you are set up in. This is normal with some HD TV sets.

I have see this type of thing with some models of HDTV sets, and with low end Extended Defination TV sets.

Jerry G.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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