Loewe Aconda picture Modes

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  1. dbloor

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    Hi

    I am a recent Loewe convert.

    I am curious regards which modes any other of you use for different sources.
    I know this issue has been raised recently in a generic manner but I am not 100% sure which mode is which when converted to Loewe speak - if you know what I mean.....

    Also on channel 4 occasionally it switches itself to "SuperPAL" which is not something I was expecting or can find much about.

    Cheers

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  2. Garrett

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    For mine see "Does anybody use ZOOM mode or do you just stick to 16:9 mode" thread about 4 pages down.

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    I use "cine" or "pan" for most 4:3 material- according to how irritating the cropping seems against the greater involvement with the larger image. Almost never use 4:3. Almost never use "zoom".

    "pan" for analogue 14:9

    16:9 for 16:9! This last is automatic anyway on BBC and C4/E4/Film4 channels. But not on DVDs where irritatingly it often defaults to "cine" so that I have to manually select 16:9.
     
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    I use PAN for 4:3, the original format for everything else...
     

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