Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
As with any display best settings are up to the user.
Some general rules about adjustment of a video display device apply
1. if the display is too bright you would decrease brightness by turning it down
2. if the display is too dark you would increase brightness by turning it up
If a display is too bright it will shorten it's life span so you want to keep the brightness down
Contrast must also be adjusted in the same manor
You should increase color saturation to suit your self
Increasing the color saturation too much will decrease the life of the display and look ugly
so you want to add just enough color to satisfy your taste.
Loch Hiam :-)
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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