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Full screen viewing on 52" LCD

Setting the video to 16:9 does not fill the entire screen, is there a setting to do this?

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My friends tv has theater and other settigs go through them all like we had to to find which one fills tour screen

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The new tv we bought has a setting for 'theater' settings. These are different settings in which to view the non high def channels and shows.

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