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Aspect ratio I have a CH-DVD 300 and have not figured out how to see DVDs with 16:9 ratio on full screen.  They show up inside a 4:3 box whether I have the TV picture set to 4:3 or 16:9.  What am I not doing? Jim

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Push setup on remote. go to video, select "16:9".
i was looking for a way to get rid of zoom logo from screen and decided to select 16:9 instead of 4:3 in setup. hope this helps

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