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All analog television sets sold in the United States actually display something less than the entire picture as broadcast. The amount of picture that is cropped out (by overscan of the electron gun OR masking by the frame that holds the tube in place at the front of the cabinet) can be as much as a full 10% from EACH SIDE (including top and bottom)!

All analog television sets sold in the United States actually display something less than the entire picture as broadcast. The amount of picture that is cropped out (by overscan of the electron gun OR masking by the frame that holds the tube in place at the front of the cabinet) can be as much as a full 10% from EACH SIDE (including top and bottom)!


Changed: 22c22
(Thanks to Trond Trondsen and Jan Bielawski for permission to link to their site!)
(Thanks to Trond Trondsen and Jan Bielawski for permission to link to their site!)

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