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screen TV is an 11-inch screen TV. 4:3 Mode looked exactly the same as
Normal Mode. Widescreen Mode stretched everything to the sides but
still had @1-inch black border top and bottom, Cinema Mode is useless as
probably at least a quarter of the image is lost all around.
I called Coby and spoke with someone who advised me that the way to
fix this is to buy fullscreen DVD's and play them on Widescreen Mode.
Huh??? Isn't this a widescreen TV?? Shouldn't I be able to buy
widescreen DVD's to play on my widescreen TV and it will fill the whole
screen?? When we watch DVD's at home on the 32-inch Sany