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Color on poloroid TDA-03211c

The color is not the same as it was at the store. some where i read an article that it has something to do with pumping up the power at the store to inhance the color. is that true? when it was bought all the tvs were showing the same picture. i suppose that was not a tv cable connection.

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You do have what we in the business call "customer preferences" and you can access them by following the procedures in the manual. Yes, very frequently the stores use a common feed for their displays, just to show differences in set features. However, the stores must follow the same protocol when "tweaking" that you must do now for your tastes....accordianman

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