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I am looking for base only for Sharp TV #LC65D93U. WHere I can find one?


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Which lens color is the best?


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Is it a good buy


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My Dell E173FP adjusts its own brightness I was hoping I could fix this problem myself but I am willing to spend some money to get it fixed the only other solution possibilities I have gotten is that I...


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Lines on tv


Try these:
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DNR: Off

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color you set just enough to make it accurate on color reproduction.

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sharpness 23
color 57
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