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Overscan My TV has overscan on ps3 games... its bearable on some, but on some games the HUD is cut off making the game almost unplayable does anyone have a solution to make the tv stop overscan?

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  • tollfree90 Jul 23, 2008

    its actually all edges of the screen are cut off by a couple of centimetres.

    i can't recall there being a screen size option...

    there is a 1080i picture on/off, which i have on

  • tollfree90 Jul 23, 2008

    EXTREMELY sorry, my tv is the 55HX70

    forgot the X...

    I apologize again

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Do you mean the top of the picture is cutt off? if so then go into tv menu and set screen size to 16:9 not auto. if that doesnt work then try settings on ps3 hopefully that works

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  • shane white Jul 23, 2008

    right,sounds like you have the zoom facility on. i have it on mine but dont know how to change it on yours. my advice would be to go through tv menu and sub menus to see if there is one for screen size. if not go into ps3 menu and set resolution to 720p as this res is much better detail than 1080i, because the p=progressive and i= interpolated. progressive is always best

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