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Hi Darlene, Good picture is the one which is pleasing to watch and comfortable to your eyes. Please go to picture setting menu and set the levels of contrast, brightness, colour, sharpness and backlight to your liking. If you find it difficult, please go to picture MODE and select the one you like from standard, vivid, soft, and cinema. Happy viewing.
A lot of people don't realize that backlight settings can affect the picture.
Go to the menu (press menu on your remote)
The menu will show picture options. Just toy with different settings until you find what you want. It may be on a preset setting that doesn't work. If you are in a bright room, you will need to increase brightness and contrast and perhaps backlight.
Usually an unclear picture is due to the contrast, backlight, and brightness settings being too low. You can also increase sharpness.
I suggest a contrast setting of 70, a brightness setting of 60-80, and a backlight setting of above 80.
Best picture is nothing but the picture which is comfortable to your eyes and pleases you to watch. You can either select a suitable picture mode like standard, dynamic or vivid or you can set the color, contrast, brightness and sharpness according to your liking.
Best is kind of subjective since each person's eyes are different. If you are looking for a bright and vivid picture, you can go to the picture mode and change it to that setting. Usually it is called something like "Vivid" or "Dynamic." Besides that, it is all user preference. Most people prefer to just use the factory default settings.
I think this provides the best color to my eye, by everyone will be a bit different. For instance, I think factory Vivid is too saturated (like most LCDs) and the whites in Cinema are too blue. It's personal choice really.
Try this.... First, go into picture menu and reset it. Next turn contrast all the way up. Turn the sharpness all the way down. Make sure the tint is in the middle. Adjust brightnesses accordingly. If that don't work, just drop me a line and i will explain more