I have the 4:3 aspec ratio TV. Yesterday my TV started powering itself off and on several times while i was watching it. Now today, the picture looks like you are viewing it through a bubble, with the sides of the picture looking blurred and distorted. It also looks stretched, like it's being pulled from all 4 corners at once.
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Re: Wierd Looking Video
Probably the convergence circuit, the STK output devices, associated
resistors, power supplies, etc. Generally about $250 to repair. Have a
service tech come out and check it out, also have them eveluate the
condition of the crts before going too far.
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Sounds like a monitor setting that needs to be adjusted. Check your monitor's settings and make sure that it's set to the appropriate aspec ratio setting. 16:9 is standard HD widescreen 1920x1080, 5:4 is for 1280x1024. These are the most common for PC monitors. Hope this helps. if not, comment with monitor model information, operating system and current video output settings. Good luck.
There is no way to edit the screen ratio on the new iPad or any iPad for that matter. They went with 4:3 because the majority of users use the device to browse the internet and read e-magazines or e-books on it. As you know the screen gets cut off when you go to fullscreen or it has those annoying black bars above and below. If you're looking to watch video do it on a computer or your TV. The new iPad isn't made for heavy video watching IMO.
Find the LCD Controller board (TCON). Disconnect the cables from it to the LCD panel. Carefully re-connect them. Make sure the cable is properly positioned in the connector. You may have to do this several times to get it work. The flat cables are a problem.