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Pixel Problems I just set up this TV, and I notice the pixels are very visible. It makes the picture quality very poor, I have read the owners manual and I cannot find anything to fix this. Anyone know a way to fix?

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Yes, first of all are you watching digital or HD. Because in digital you will get pixels visible cos its not coming from a HD source. Secondly if the pixels are really really big, then the TVs just crap.

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