Question about Panasonic TH-37PA20U/P 37 in. Plasma Television
The stretching might be due to having the wrong aspect size on your tv. Look on your remote and see if you have a button that says "Aspect" or it could say "ratio" or something to that effect. You can cycle through the different screen sizes to make it not appear to be stretched. As far as your picture being fuzzy, if you are using a standard antenna that may be the cause. If you are using cable, I would contact the cable company and have someone come out and check your signal strength, and possible inquire if you need a cable booster added. If you are running cable through a cable box and are running it straight coaxle then I would recommend trying a different hookup method, e.g Red, white yellow cables, or S-video or even hdmi, whichever your cable/satellite box and tv allows.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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