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Awful picture quality

Just picked this model Mitsubishi wd-52525 up from a guy that had it sitting around. Plugged it up and the picture quality is really bad. it says I am getting a 480i standard feed. I am currently with Dish network. I do not have HD. I thought I would be getting at least a 720 feed. I even plugged in the Wii and it doesn't look good at all. the picture size is not right. Can you help?

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If you do not have a HD source the the best you will get is 480i. as for the screen size, there is a button on the rempte marked "format" press that to change the screen

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