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Contrast = 60 to 80%. Brightness = 40 to 55% Color = according to personal viewing taste. Sharpness = 15 to 20% The best way to tune to a perfect picture is, set the color to Zero first. Without any colour, increase the contrast to at about 65%. Adjust the brightness to get a perfect picture in B/W. Then increase the color, according to your viewing taste. Compare the skin tone of a person. That's all.
Ok, with the 3 coloured leads, this is an A/V or audio video lead. You should have 1 yellow, 1 red and 1 white. They simply plug into the corresponding ports on the TV. Also with A/V you don't actually tune the telly into the N64, you simply change mode, for example if you have an LCD TV you can switch between, HDMI, component, A/V etc etc. You simply need to use your TV remote and change the mode to A/V and everything should be fine.
Travel and shipping aside, the only problem you would face is the power. European devices run on 220-240 volts at 50 hertz. By contrast, North America uses 110-120 volts at 60 hertz. Check the rating on the televisions back panel and verify it can work in this voltage range (many can work in both).
Another simple annoyance is that the analog tuner (for cable TV etc) has different frequencies and framerates altogether. While digital video will still work fine, tuning into cable or composite video may or may not work correctly.
Hi gomaniac, May i know how your plasma tv fuzzy as? Can you provide the photo to easily us measure it? May be you can go here to let me know which type of display problem are you appear? http://www.fastrepairguide.com/plasma-tv-pdp-information/how-to-describe-explain-the-plasma-tv-problem-or-sym.html