How do I make changes in the screen adjustments for a P244W LCD
I hit MENU and go to the first choice which is Picture. How to I get over to the actual things to change, ie brightness, contrast? Every time I hit the left or right arrow keys on the monitor it just takes me to the next category..
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In order to change the picture settings that affect picture size use the button on your remote marked aspect. If you want to change picture settings such as color, brightness, etc., use the menu button and select Picture, then hit Ok to enter that menu.
Since you do not provide the make and model number of the TV so we can look for the user manual for you to read on how to make adjustment to your TV.
You just have to get to the MENU button on the remote for the ON screen setup menu and look for Picture adjustment set up to adjust the Pictures.
It should show Brightness, Contrast, Tint, Color adjustment choices.
Have you used the menu button on the remote to select the factory choices like Standard Vivid or whatever this set calls the easiest video selections? Hit menu to see what comes on screen and use the up down or left right buttons usually in the center of the remote. Then in the ctenter of them hit enter or select to see f the picture changes. The same can be done for Audio and others.
On you remote control or panel buttons press the menu button. Using you on screen menu, use the up and down arrows to find the Settings Function, use right arrow to enter sub-menu. Use the up and down arrows to find the aspect ratio setting. Use the right arrow to enter the sub-menu.From here you can change the picture setting to : Normal wide 1: Wide 2 : Zoom: Cinema. Once you found your preferred viewing picture, set you choice with the enter button. Then use the menu or escape buttons to close the on screen menu. I hope this helps you with your problem.
It sounds like the edges of the video displayed are looking like they are curved in/out? I'm racking my brain trying to remember the terms used on CRT monitors and all I can come up with is elliptical? It has been awhile since I have messed with one. In any event, start pressing the buttons on the display working from left to right. You should hit the Main Menu right away. Generally speaking, there should be a factory reset function as a last choice. If you see that, highlight it and hit the accept button (it's the one you pressed to get to that screen). In the event you don't come across that, look for a Positioning choice and enter that screen. Your choices are generally a + or - for each setting. Press away on each choice increasing or decreasing until you find the correct settings you're looking for. If you're unsure of how to get out of a choice, do nothing for a few seconds and the screen will default back. Let me know if I need to clarify anything or you need a little more help. Grandkids are pesky but I've always found them worth it!
On the remote, hit the "Menu" button and then press the down arrow until you see "Picture," then hit enter, now hit the down arrow until you see "mode" and hit enter again. You should then see "power up" displayed. Hit enter again to get to the setting choices where you can change the mode back to "home" (hitting enter one more time) then exit the set-up menu.
It is unfortunate but "off angle" viewing will compromise the picture especially on larger TV's and LCD. Off angle viewing can come from the vertical axis or the horizontal, as you described. This is clearly illustrated with a laptop computer. Adjust the screen forward and back (vertical plane) and you will see very clearly that you get the brightest picture in a very small amount of range of the screen. Likewise, viewing from the side compromises picture as well.
I also don't believe that the delay is indicative of any problems.