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JUST BOUGHT LG42LF66 FULL HD 1080P WOULD LIKE 2 KNOW BEST XD ENGINE SETTINGS AND COLOR,BRIGHTNESS,CONTRASR AND SHARPNESS SETTINGS THANKS J.SINGH

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Set my one like this:
picture mode=User1, contrast=60, Brightness=60, colour=30, sharpness=100, tint=standard setting.
colour temp.=cool, XD: contrast=off, colour=off, xdnr=high, mpeg nr=15.
Used gold plated scart for dvd & sky, picture looks pretty good, have not tried hd yet. Initial settings when first switched on were **** but with some tweaking have got good results.You probably have it set up pretty good now but just got mine & thought I would post this anyway.

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