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    When I Connect My BD Player I get a Double Image? Why?

    I have a SONY BDP-S300 BD Player that I am connecting to an older Sony KV-36XBR200 TV via Component Video, but for some reason my screen looks cut in half vertically with the same image on both sides of the screen.

    Is it possible that my BD player is trying to display at a different resolution that the Sony KV-36XBR200 can support??

    Thanks And BEST Regards

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    Have you tried pushing the twin-view button on your TV remote?

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by CT-Seven
    I have a SONY BDP-S300 BD Player that I am connecting to an older Sony KV-36XBR200 TV via Component Video, but for some reason my screen looks cut in half vertically with the same image on both sides of the screen.

    Is it possible that my BD player is trying to display at a different resolution that the Sony KV-36XBR200 can support??

    Thanks And BEST Regards
    HAVE YOU CHANGED the res to 480i?
    Thats the only thing your set can run.
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    Went IN the setup and that fixed it.

    BTW pixelthis how do you like your BDP-S300? I also have a PS3

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by CT-Seven
    Went IN the setup and that fixed it.

    BTW pixelthis how do you like your BDP-S300? I also have a PS3
    I liked it fine.
    But it was a bit slow, and while the sound was fantastic I couldnt be sure as to what I
    was getting, except for lpcm, which is becoming less popular.
    Since I got an Integra 6.9 with DTS MASTER and DOLBY TRUE HD I got a player that would pass these so that I could get the "light" on the front of my receiver.
    So I got the latest Sharp Aquos player.
    ITS GOT NET, all the latest codecs, and is a lot faster, if a bit cruder(the menus are 16 bit
    instead of the Sonys 32 bit) but the pic and sound are superb.
    But the pic on the Sony cant be beat, and SONY HAS GREAT UP-CONVERSION.
    I think you'll enjoy it, in other words.
    Just be sure to put the disc in early and then pop the popcorn, so you will have it loaded by the time you settle down.
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    Cool

    I had some experience with a friends ps3 also, and while some think I don't like the PS3
    I thi8nk its fine, just not for non-gamers, requires a little more interaction than some
    are used to.
    LG 42", integra 6.9, B&W 602s2, CC6 center, dm305rears, b&w
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    Panny DVDA player
    sharp Aquos BLU player
    pronto remote, technics antique direct drive TT
    Samsung SACD/DVDA player
    emotiva upa-2 two channel amp

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