M6 Black Bat
The Akadema M6 88 Maple Baseball Bat comes made out of rock maple material. This material is rock hard, and super strong. The strength of this bat should give you some major pop during your next season in the batter s box. The maple material in the bat should also hold up for a long period of time, and is durable enough that you will not have to worry about breaking it on an awkward swing. This bat not only is constructed like a professional level bat, but looks like a professional level bat too. This particular model has been finished in mahogany on its handle, and black on its barrel. You will also be happy to see the Akadema company logo on your bat, as well as a small American flag, letting everyone know that this is an American made item.
M6-117 is a desert planet, part of the M-344/G planetary system. It is mostly a barren planet in a trinary star system comprised of two red stars and a blue star, positioned right in between the red and blue stars. Because of this, the planet is almost constantly in daylight, as when the red stars set, the blue star rises from the opposite side. However, every 22 years, when the other orbiting planets in the M-344/G system block the three stars, there is a rare total eclipse. The pitch black darkness allows bio-raptors, being photophobic creatures, to roam the surface of the planet. The effectiveness of these creatures as predators has wiped out all other organisms to live in M6-117, creating a mass extinction of all life, leaving them as the only living inhabitants known to exist on the planet, other than a type of slug that glowed in the dark.
If you have a standard TV with a 4:3 aspect ratio, this is because the video was recorded or is being broadcast in a wide-screen, 16:9 aspect ratio. Theatrical movies are commonly recorded and broadcast in the same aspect ratio as they were seen in the theater, which is typically wide-screen. This means that the width of the movie may be longer than the width of your 4:3 TV screen. To fit the entire picture of a wide-screen movie on a 4:3 TV and maintain the proper dimensions, the size of the movie is reduced. Therefore, since the width of the movie is wider than its height, black bars are seen at the top and bottom of the screen.
It is still possible to see black bars at the top and bottom of the picture if you have an HDTV with a 16:9 aspect ratio. As with standard TVs, this has to do with the way the displayed video was recorded or is being broadcast. Although the term wide-screen is commonly associated with a 16:9 aspect ratio, true 16:9 as it relates to film has a 1.78:1 aspect ratio. Depending on the filmmaker, movies can be recorded with an even wider aspect ratio - 1.85:1 and 2.35:1 are fairly common ratios. To fit the entire picture of a movie larger than 1.78:1 on a HDTV screen and maintain the proper dimensions, the size of the movie is reduced, which results in black bars being seen at the top and bottom of the screen.
While the Zoom or Wide feature can help remove the black bars, the main thing to be concerned about is not whether image fills the screen, but that you are seeing everything in the image that was originally filmed. Being able to view the entire image as originally filmed rather than be concerned about how thick the black bars are.
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