So, is there a reason why playback on a PC seem to have more width and height than playback on a DVD player? I just got a Medion MD40814 DVD player and hooked it up to the Epson EMP-TW10 projector and the red boxed picture below is what I get. I'm not sure who's fault it is. The screen grab was done on my PC. As you can see, quite a LOT is missing! Picture clip2.jpg I tried changing all sorts of setups on the Medion as well as the projector but none of the combination of settings help. I'm using the component video connection with the 3 cables. When using the Medion player, I can't get the projector to go into full 16:9 on 'Normal'. The projector reports the input signal as 625p in the information display. When I set the DVD player to "WIDE", the picture fully covers the height of the projected image but still have the same two black bars runnig down each side. I have to set the projector to "Zoom" in order to get it to fully occupy the projected space. I'm kinda suspicious that the DVD player isn't outputting at 16:9 but rather 4:3 Letterboxed. Anyone got a Medion 40814 and another player to compare with? When I tried with a PC at 1280x720 resolution, the projector went into full screen on 'Normal'. Maybe I should just use my PC connection as I can get the PC to output at resolution of 1280 x 720 which the projector translates to the full 854x480.