Question about Samsung 50 in. Flat Panel Plasma HDTV
Was hoping to get help adjusting the settings to get the best quality picture as the default needs adjusted. Our first HDTV..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Best Picture Quality
Check this link out. I think it should give you all the info you need for optimal picture settings.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
In the menu, there should be an option for AUTO VOLUME, see what this is set at, change it and see if it works. Also there is another option for INTERNAL MUTE, though I still haven't found out what it's for, myself. Give both a go. If neither of these work, try looking at the support pages on the Samsung website. Other than that, I can only suggest you take it back to where you purchased it, and ask for an exchange.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: picture quality for gaming
Match the PS3's output resolution to your TVs (in this case 720p).
Don't sit too close, otherwise you'll start to see individual pixels.
Make sure the HDMI cable is good quality.
As for picture settings, they will very so much according to the viewing conditions that i cannot give you settings that are gauranteed to work for you. But sharpness should always be 0 when dealing with HD content.
If you want to really get the best picture from your TV, try using a THX disc to calibrate it. Luckily these are normally included on Disney PIXAR DVDs, so go find yourself a copy of CARS or something. Follow the instructions of the THX setup, and you should have youself a sweet looking picture in no time.
Hope this Helps.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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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