My sony 46" has two faint shades of white areas along the bottom of the screen that apears or can be seen only when the bottom area of the screen is black. Could this be a defect and possibly cause problems in the future? The TV is only 2 months old.
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Some receivers have the ability to do this for you, for instance, all ViP and Hopper receivers from DISH can stretch or shrink the screen to fit. Most HDTvs also have this feature, independent of the type of input, using your TV remote find the button that says something along the lines of screen size, picture fit, stretch, aspect, etc. While watching a program that looks unlike the way you want it to, tap the button until the picture changes to the style you most prefer.
Should be a botton on your remote that changes that..like normal...Zoom..Full screen.And if your useing a antenna sometimes the pictures not as big as the screen. Try a hd video and see if it plays full screen
Not sure if I understand your question. If the screen is a bunch of colors with some jagged lines it may have been cracked. I had mine for less than a week and dropped a clock on it. Not a happy camper. It can still be used for transport of video. I have an old sony monitor in my garage office. I load the AV700 from my computer and plug it into the monitor to watch videos in the garage.
Do you have another TV that you can connect to the same cable in the same room? That will eleminate the cable. After that check to make sure that you have your tv set up for your area by setting it to either PAL or NTSC. After that, I would suspect your tuner, although I doubt it.