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Is this a new television? You say you connected everything and it lacks clarity, are you saying you connected high definition devices (ie: Bluray player) and the picture is not in HD? Are you connecting thru HDMI? Sometimes it could be cables, could be that you are using A/V or S-video and the quality won't be as high. Are you connecting directly or thru an audio receiver? Need more information.
have you checked your connections and sure your getting a HD signal for the clarity . as to Darkness it may be a lamp failing and that also may be your clarity problem if its getting to the end of its life span on the bulb
Most of this is personal preference---if contrast (picture) is set too high the picture will have some smearing on dark or even very bright scenes--try to have that set at about 70% and brightness just a bit higher---a proper setting of the two will give a better picture with more clarity. Color and tint to preference and sharp to not full smooth (mid-range)
Other than these signal provided accounts for clarity--pixels stopping etc is not the set but the signal provided not fast enough to keep up----cable and sat often jams a lot of info into a small space and that sort of issue results.
If you have a HD quality Blue Ray compare it to your signal source and usually it will look much better.
I have taken the time to cover as many bases here as possible.
When properly connected to a High Definition display or TV, Blu-Ray Disks (BD) should play crystal clearly. Inserting an old "non-Blu-Ray" disk (or the original "DVD") in the Blu-Ray player will display a comparatively "fuzzy" picture. This is the difference between High Definition and Standard Definition. A "BD player" can not "upgrade" the picture quality on DVDs to that of a BD or High Definition picture.
Rent, purchase or choose Blu-Ray Disks (BD) whenever a choice is offered to view the High Definition version of a movie or video. Selecting the DVD version will provide the lower quality or Standard Definition version of the same movie or video.
Check the covers or disk itself to determine if the movie or video is in DVD or BD format. That will tell you what you can expect for picture quality.
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Hmm my dad's old t.v. just cut out on him it took awile to turn on this my be the end of ur tv so this might be a power problem but older t.v. loose there colour on the screen my uncle had a like 10-15 year old t.v the screen was like green when it was light but when u turned of the light or closed the blind's it's picture was ok so try that.
The sharpness of your picture is dependent on the resolution your TV and device(s) are capable of producing. This TV is capable of showing video in resolutions up to 1080i. 1080i is a good quality of video, so the lack of clarity in your picture is likely being caused by your video source. Basically, the principal of Garbage In, Garbage Out applies here. If your video source is low resolution, even the best TV won't be able to produce a clear picture from it. If you're using VHS and standard definition cable, switch to Blu-Ray and ask your cable provider about high definition tv. Make sure you're using the proper cables (ie., HDMI) as older types such as composite can't support high definition video. Once again, your TV wont polish any poop for you, but play some decent quality video through it and you should notice a world of difference.
sounds like your red picture tube (CRT) has developed a short. You will need a new CRTthey are very exspensive if they are still available. However I have a source for used Phillips picture tubes if you would like me to post a link. Let me know.