12-09-2013 1:14 AM
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12-09-2013 1:53 AM
Yes, you will have to change the aspect ratio of your TV to suit the new TV resolution.
Below are the steps:
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11-28-2016 11:48 AM
The aspect ratio doesn't solve the problem. The question is, why do the HD channels all start with 1000 numbers?
The only way I can get a full screen in HD is to precede the channel number with 1000. e.g., channel 210 in HD full screen is 1210.
This is such a pain and makes no sense at all!
11-28-2016 1:51 PM
Uhhhhh.... because ALL providers give their customers the option of watching SD or HD. Not everyone has HD TVs or wants to pay for HD (trust me...they're out there).
ATT puts all HD channels in the 1000s to make it easier on their customers. Makes perfect sense to most of us.
11-28-2016 2:28 PM
11-28-2016 2:39 PM
If it causes you stress, you might want to hide all SD channels that have an HD option...that way you won't have to deal with them:
11-28-2016 5:18 PM
@my thoughts wrote:
Set aspect ratio once,in your case TV is probably 1080,set aspect ratio to 1080i. Save change.
Depress ENTER/ZOOM button lower right of remote , go to zoom, strectch. Do this on SD channel will see screen fill out.
This is the silly putty effect. Faces get fatter, but no side bars, if do not like keep to normal but screen will be4:3 on SD.
I prefer Zoom 2 or Zoom 3. This take the image and stretches out on all sides.
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