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    Need Help With 16:9 "Squeeze" Question Dashboard
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    Last Reply: February 24, 2003, 1:30 pm

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    Joined: Feb 08, 2003
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      Posted: 2003-02-22 14:17

    The way I understod it, if a 4:3 moniter doesn't have a "squeeze" function, you will lose about 25% of the resolution when viewing "anamorphic" DVD content in letterboxed mode. Is it also true you will lose 25% of the resolution when viewing letterboxed high-def 1080i 16:9 cable tv channels?


       


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      Posted: 2003-02-24 13:30

    It's actually 33%.
    But yes, that is correct. If you buy a 4x3 TV make absolutely sure it has this feature.


       
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