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Every tme the channel is swiched to an HD channel, the picture is not displayed in full-screen. How can I get the picture o be shown in full-screen at all times?

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Under Screen setting, at Wide mode you can select Full to take care of this problem.

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I think its almost criminal that cable and sat companies charge us for HD channel and don't play all HD content. But such is life.

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To get the BEST picture out of your 1080p unit I highly recommend using HDMI cables to hook it up.

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