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Whats the best picture settings for my Panasonic tc-55as680u for gaming.

Trying to reduce picture lag.

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Picture lag is controlled by the refresh rate of the TV. This cannot be adjusted. The refresh rate of your TV is 60Hz.. A TV with 120 Hz or higher will be best for gaming.

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If you are watching only transmissions through your tv, it is best for you to goto its menu,and select factory serrings. From which if you wants you can move to their pre-determined picture modes such as Vivid, Standard, Cenema & Custorm; according to your viewing taste. Standard will be the best.
You may have its manual with you I thinks. Goto page 44-45 to get how can you set these settings. If you haven't the manual, inform me please. OK.

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55% Contrast, 35% Color and brightness to match will give you a vivid picture to your TV.

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Click here to download the user manual to your TV. It have all details. Click here too to get more.

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