gravityhammer at gmail
Apr 7, 2012, 6:57 PM
On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 9:34 PM, Joey Morris <rjmorris [at] nc> wrote:
> Bob <mythtv [at] cox> wrote on Sat, Apr 07, 2012 at 12:03:12PM -0700:
>> I have my frontend (GT210) connected to an AV receiver (Onkyo) via
>> HDMI then to my TV also using HDMI. The problem I am having is the
>> I am not able to see the entire image, it appears to be "cut off"
>> all the way around.
>> I've done many searches, most people having this issue are using a
>> DVI to HDMI adapter, which I am not.
>> I have looked at the settings in both my TV and AV receiver, but I
>> cannot make an adjustment for this. I'd appreciate any suggestions.
> Some TVs have undefeatable overscan, others have a setting to turn it
> off. Double check your TV's manual and all the menu options carefully.
> I have one TV with undefeatable overscan when using HDMI. It does not
> overscan when using VGA, however, so I connect my frontend to that TV
> using the VGA port.
Sometimes, flat panels will have one HDMI input with undefeatable
overscan, and another that will let you adjust it.
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