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Setting I don't have a very complicated problem I just was curious what is the optimal picture settings for the 4042?? It seems to be still fuzzy and can't seem to get it right. It is in a bedroom and it just used for TV and movie watching. Thank you Ken kenwoodroffe77@shaw.ca

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  • KWood77 Jan 18, 2008

    Thank-you for that. I was also just wondering if there are optimal settings for each category so I can use as a reference guide?

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