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Display to big with PS3

I love this TV and hate to get a new one so I hope you guys can help.

The TV seems to work just fine however whenever I'm playing the Playstation 3 the screen seems to extend beyond the viewable area. How can I fix this? This only happens in 1080i but that's why we got the PS3 for the HD.

Also it seems the convergence gets out of wack often and needs to be adjusted or the screen looks blurry.

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  • asdfgh772 Oct 09, 2008

    Hi. I have a Toshiba 51h83, and when I run my playstation 3 @ 1080i it does not look HD to me at all. The worst part of the problem is that the sides are cut off, the only way to have them show is by running @ 460p...Is there some way to solve this problem?

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FYI - the supported HD modes for the 55PW9363 are 480p and 1080i but seemingly not 720p. If when you are using 1080i and the convergence is way off you just need to adjust the convergence in the menu. The reason is that each resolution needs it's convergence set separately.

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I have philips 55pw9363 55" projection tv. and I'm trying to get to 1080i but seems like it could only go up to 480p. I use the DVI to HDMI monster cable. Can anyone please help me on this.

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All CRT RPTVs have overscan, and some sources bring this out more than others.

It can always be cured to at least be able to see the needed parts of the pic, but hoses your picture beyond belief, and correcting that takes time, experience, patience and expertise.

I do overscan reduction on all CRT RPTVs as part of what my calibrations offer, but charge extra to do so.

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