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Also, Johnny, What do you mean when you say that your TV is ISF calibrated?
Well, I'm not sure where I actually said that, but it is true. ISF is the Imaging Science Foundation. It's basically a group dedicated to teaching and promoting the correct settings for television monitors so that they most accurately portray the look of the original material.

You can read more on the ISF web site: http://www.imagingscience.com/
 

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What do you mean check the term in google
I think XM meant, go to a search engine and in this case www.google.com and do a search on Widescreen or Pan and Scan or Anamorphic or 16:9 or widescreen television and you should find lots of information explaining what is meant by these terms.
 

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tv_guy said:
What do you mean check the term in google
I think XM meant, go to a search engine and in this case www.google.com and do a search on Widescreen or Pan and Scan or Anamorphic or 16:9 or widescreen television and you should find lots of information explaining what is meant by these terms.
This site is also a very good explanation of aspect ratios and why you should watch your movies in widescreen.
 
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