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Picture size Have a 42" Hitachi Plasma, 18 mos old. Have dish network with HD receiver. On regular channels the top of people's heads are cut off and if there are captions, can't read them. Tried changing and playing round with aspects. No help. Thanks!

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  • Netters21 Jun 02, 2008

    Don't have the normal option under aspects. What is the, or where is the "set top box"? Can't find that option either.

  • Netters21 Jun 16, 2008

    Oh, ok. Thank you very much!

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Set the aspect ratio on the set to normal or "anamorphic" then set the aspect ratio in the set top box to 16:9 or letterbox. also be sure to use the three wire component cables to connect the receiver to the tv.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

  • Will Kibler
    Will Kibler Jun 16, 2008

    your hd receiver is a set top box, it often has its own picture settings as well.

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