I am looking for a flat panel TV but I need it to be a square, not rectangle. The maximum size for the opening would be about 35 inches on each side. We currently have a Samsung 52" in our family room and we just love it. Can anyone help?
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Yes you can, and it is not that difficult. All you need is a
sheet of plastic cut into a square or rectangle shape at whatever size you
decide to make the box, a sheet of wood at the same size as the plastic sheet,
some wood for the sides of the box, and some bulbs. Make sure the wood for the
sides is big enough to fit the light bulbs inside the box, put it together, and
you have your light box.
Stuck in WIDE? Me too. Based on the info below, from VIZIO support website, I think the TV defaults and locks on WIDE if you use an HDMI connection. You have to interpret the language a little bit, but he last sentence seems to imply that the TV automitically displays WIDE.
Aspect ratio refers to the images height vs. the images width. The current industry standards for this are 4:3 which square and 16:9 which is more of a horizontal rectangle shape. Most all television broadcasts are 4:3 except for high definition broadcasts. Due to the resolutions required for high definition it will always be broadcast in 16:9.