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Adjusting Aspect Ratio - Philips MCP9350I/22 Quick Install Manual

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Adjusting aspect ratio

Aspect ratio is the relation between width and height of an image.The aspect ratio of the screen of a standard computer
monitor and CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) TV set is 4:3.The 4 means 4 units wide, and the 3 means 3 units high.
High-definition TV (HDTV) format is 16:9.
Your TV,TV content (video or DVD played on your TV) and Media Center may have different aspect ratios, resulting in
horizontal or vertical bars on your screen. If this is the case, refer to the information below on how to adjust the aspect
ratio in various situations.
Standard screen
(No video or
DVD is played)
Video or DVD
with a 4:3 aspect
ratio is played
Video or DVD
with a 16:9
aspect ratio is
played
24
Standard (CRT)
TV / monitor
Resolution: 720 x 576.
SCART connected.
No bars. Aspect ratio
correct. No action
required.
No bars. Aspect ratio
correct. No action
required.
Horizontal bars. See C.
Standard (CRT)
TV / monitor
Resolution: 720 x 576.
SCART connected.
Vertical bars. See A.
Vertical bars. See B.
No bars.
Aspect ratio correct. 1
Flat screen TV /
monitor (plasma or
LCD)
Resolution that gives a 16:9
aspect ratio (e.g.: 1280 x 720
or 1920 x 1080). DVI,VGA or
HDMI connected.
No bars. Aspect ratio correct.
See D.
Vertical bars. See B.
No bars. Aspect ratio correct.
No action required. 2

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