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I didn't notice this until recently. It looks like the edges of the screen got trimmed, and I'm only getting 90% of the original frame in what seems like a "zoomed" effect. ESPN/History channel logos gets cut off on the edge of the screen.

Looked through the menu and couldn't find any way to adjust it. In the preview window I can see the edges are cut off the same way. When I change the TV to the letterbox mode it shows the same cut off edges, so it looks to be from the source. Any ideas?
 

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Stewart Vernon said:
Need way more info here.

What TV? What mode is the TV in? What Dish receiver? What format/mode is the Dish receiver in? What are you outputting resolution to the TV? Is it an HDTV 16x9, HDTV 4:3, or SDTV?
TV: Pioneer Pro-151 plasma
TV mode: dot-by-dot
Dish model: 222k
Dish: 16x9
Dish resolution: 1080i
 

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Yes, not enough info. Could be your tv settings or many other things. Try hitting the format * button on the bottom left of your Dish remote while in SAT mode, or PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN while watching live tv.
 

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sailwind said:
I didn't notice this until recently. It looks like the edges of the screen got trimmed, and I'm only getting 90% of the original frame in what seems like a "zoomed" effect. ESPN/History channel logos gets cut off on the edge of the screen.

Looked through the menu and couldn't find any way to adjust it. In the preview window I can see the edges are cut off the same way. When I change the TV to the letterbox mode it shows the same cut off edges, so it looks to be from the source. Any ideas?
Keep it on normal.
 
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