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Understanding Pix-Shape with my sanyo hdtv

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Old 05-23-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Understanding Pix-Shape with my sanyo hdtv

Hi I'm trying to get help understanding what pix shape to use on my tv and want to know what one is the best to use. Should I use Pix2 (Fills the entire image on the screen. A 4:3 image is slightly stretched horizontally.) Or Pix7 (Similar to Pix2 with no overscan.) I use my ps3 for everything I have no tv service with any provider I'm a dvd/bdray, netflix/hulu junkie who play many games on the side.
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Old 05-24-2013, 05:43 AM   #2
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Never stretch images, it makes them look bad.

Set it to Just Scan or something like that . No overscan unless you see the edges of the image breaking up.
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Never stretch images, it makes them look bad.

Set it to Just Scan or something like that . No overscan unless you see the edges of the image breaking up.
So Pix 7 then! It's the only mode that has no overscan Sanyo tv's are cryptic when it comes to picture settings. Thanks for your help DoctorCAD.
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