Does it play in 4:3 aspect ratio?? I can't find the setting to change it! I have an old tube tv.
[UPDATED] asked by M. Bear on February 3, 2013
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Yes, at the opening screen of the DVD620, select setup, then at the next screen select "Display". You will see two 4:3 choices at the top . Just check the box that looks best on your set. Hope that helps.

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Frank Nunez answered on February 3, 2013
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Go into Resolution Setup screen and check the 490i or 480P then go back to Display and the 480 format boxes will be darkened.
Frank Nunez answered on February 3, 2013
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I don't believe it can until you upgrade your TV...
Eddie answered on February 3, 2013
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Go to page 27 in the downloaded .pdf owners manual. Go to the setup menu, select display, select tv aspect ratio, then select 4:3 Letter Box.
Snydes answered on February 3, 2013
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I don't know. I have used it frequently, but all of the DVD's I played on it were the new 16:9 aspect ratio, and that is what my new LG TV handles well. HOWEVER, I expect that your Blu-Ray player will play the 4:3 ratio. Just check your manual for instructions.. Usually the players automatically sense the format of the disc it is playing. I do know that it plays older DVD's [not only Blu-ray]. Thus, it must be able to adjust the format to 4:3 when necessary.
Dennis Keenan answered on February 3, 2013
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You can go into the settings and select the aspect ratio. Make sure it's updated to the most current firmware.
Mark M. answered on February 12, 2013
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I really can't answer that question as I bought the machine as a gift for someone else.
sk answered on February 3, 2013
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I have no idea. But I would suggest not grttra blu-ray player if you don't have a high def TV. Kind of defeats the purpose.
A. Knollhuff answered on February 5, 2013
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