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Topic # 49428 19-Nov-2009 09:41
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I have recently installed panasonic BD60 Blue Ray DVD player.

I connect this to my panansonic PTAX-100E projector via HDMI (via a Bose V20 home theare system).

When i bring up on screen menu for BD60 or play Viera You-Tube etc the output on screen is truncated.

I have tried various screen settings on both the projector and the player but this does not fix image cuts along the edges.

Changing standrad menu level image settings (like 16:9, V-Fit, H-Fit, Zoom etc) or lens of projecotr justs makes images smaller or larger or strectch but the truncation remains.

Please help on what I should try next

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  Reply # 274459 19-Nov-2009 12:26
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Try connecting direct, and leave out the bose bit in the middle.  It's a place to start.

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