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I need the correct Settings for Samsung LNT4665FX to view the best picture

I bought the TV and hooked it up but the television is a little fuzzy looking and I want a sharper picture...can anybody help??

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Re: I need the correct Settings for Samsung LNT4665FX to...

These sets are designed for a digital input source, so if you are on an antenna or analog cable it will not look as clear..also if you can set the source for 720p instead of sounds like a lower resolution but 1080i scans 540 lines 2 times to get 1080i and 720p scans 720 line each time,,

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