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Can't find best picture setting with the default options

Have tried different options e.g Sport,Cinema,Vivid,Expert1,Expert2
Standard etc but seem to be too dark/garish ,pixalating or lack of definition.

Any ideas about best setting or best manual setting?

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Try and see if u can find a bak light...switch it on should be better once u find it...in the menu...

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