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    USB playback aspect ratio???!!!

    I just bought your LCD s4 TV set, and I love it so far, but I have tiny problem. When I use usb playback to watch movies, i have some screen resolution problem. When I select "small screen" it is good, but when I go full screen I have some funny looking people all around... Please help me...

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    Hi,

    please indicate the exact TV model and the installed firmware.

    Then please post the video resolutions which work and which don't.

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    37PFL4606H/58, firmware TPM71E 2.18,
    So I have WD elements play, and when i play video from it i can acces aspect ratio menu, and all other stuff.
    But when I play movie from USB, i only can change color settings, but not aspect ratio... and that doesn't make sense, since it is 2011 TV, and I could do that on my old Sony Bravia from 2006... Confused

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    aspect ratio = "picture format" on my TV

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    Hi,

    the aspect ratio will be read directly from the movie file...

    That's the reason why I ask for some RESOLUTIONS where it does work and where it don't!

    Toengel@Alex

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