They make wide-screen TV's for people who want to look at wide-screen movies from a DVD.
They make less wider TV's (say the usual 1920 x 1080 HDTV) for people who want to use it to look HD broadcasts and HD disks.
Since there's a free choice to buy the one or the other (or a 4:3 TV like http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sansui-27-Class-Tube-SDTV-w-Digital-Tuner-DTV2798/9856472) why would anyone complain about having a choice?
Only people who feel they bought the wrong one should complain. Maybe you're one of them?
What would be the size HDTV I would need to really have a 46" TV. Right now have a 55" but it is really seems about a 36".
I still don't understand why they even started making these wide screen TV's.
Yes works great just sometimes for a DVD but not regular TV.
Seems a waste to have the screen size but cannot use it unless you stretch the image and make the people look wide.
Most of the time I just watch TV so I end up with black bars on the sides. And sometimes black bars on the top and sides.
Don't a lot of people complain about this?
Seems they would still make the 4.3 TV's if that is what people still watch most of the time.
Thanks for any suggestions. I just can't seem to understand why they do this.