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How to adjust picture settings for best picture

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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

Best regards
CircuitCity

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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SOURCE: samsung tv settings

Freeview Built-in Tuner
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Picture Mode: Standard
Contrast: 85
Brightness: 53
Sharpness: 25
Colour: 45
Tint: 50/50 (Greyed Out)
Colour Tone: Cool1
Detailed Settings:
Black Adjust: High
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Gamma: 0
Edge Enhancement: On
White Balance:
R-Offset: 17
G-Offset: 15
B-Offset: 11
R-Gain: 7
G-Gain: 14
B-Gain: 30
Backlight: 10
Digital NR (Noise Reduction): Auto
Active Colour: Off (Greyed Out)
DNIe: On
Movie Plus: On
Sound Mode: Music
SRS TX XT: On
Game Mode: Off
Energy Saving: Off

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

swapnil001
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SOURCE: 42" LCD TV HD

do the auto adjust image . for this there is a button on the lcd screens

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Best Picture Quality

Check this link out. I think it should give you all the info you need for optimal picture settings.
http://help.cnet.com/samsung_LN_T4061/9602-12576_39-0.html?messageID=2510125&tag=tip-2510125&kw=samsung+LN-T4061

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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SOURCE: best tv settings for samsung LE40A457

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.

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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