Question about LG Televison & Video
We would like a list of the optimal settings for the colour etc for our TV to get it right.. ty.. colours are not right at the moment ty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Optimal Settings
There are no perfect settings. Most people leave the controlls in the middel. The controls are for you to adjust the picture to where you like it the most. Keep in mine that the picture can be different from one chnnel to the other. Try to find a happy medium for all channels.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
can you use the vga source from your laptop to the pc input on the LG a standard vga monitor cable will do then set your laptop to output the vga signal
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
Make sure that the color control level is set to the default or 50% to start with. This should be in the Video menu.
The colour for the tuner and for the encoded base-band video uses a circuit area called the colour demodulator. It is possible that this cirucuit area has failed and needs servicing.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
There is no right or wrong setting for the TV, but I find the following give about the best results:
HDMI 1& 2
Unfortunately, there's nothing much you can do about the dead pixels, but the settings may make them less obvious.
Posted on May 02, 2008
I had the same problem when I connected my new At&T cable to the tv card in my PC. I did a little internet research and found out that the problem is called "video buzz". It is where the video signal bleeds into the audio signal. I was connect via coax to the cable box. I was able to fix it on my system by "fine tuning" channel three (my TV card has this capablility). Your system may or may not have this feature. If you are connecting using the A/V input it may be something else.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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