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I read that the picture quality of this Philips LCD 32PFL9603 is stunning but what settings should be used to bring out this performance thanks Peter

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The settings are purely your personal taste. Set to what you percieve as perfect for you, just play with all the settings, there are factory presets so you can't ruine it.

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