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Looks blurry, wanting a clear & crisp picture.

I've been trying to get the best picture possible for my new tv. It's a HDTV LCD but to me the picture looks blurry when I'm watching a HD program. My son has a LG Plasma HDTV & it looks so clear & crisp when watching HD programs. That's how I want this one to look, clear & crisp! Is there a certain picture setting I should be using?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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