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I cannot get a full size screen unless I choose the Zoom1 picture option. Could please advise.

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If you're sending an HD signal to the tv use either 1:1 or Aspect viewing modes.
If you're sending an SD signal you'll not be able to get a full screen view unless you use zooming.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008


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