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In "Advanced Picture Settings' the "Cinema Mode" is greyed out/inactive. In "ClearFrame" mode with "Film Stabilization" set to either "standard" or "smooth", there is a lip sync problem. Any suggestions, please? BTW; this 2010 model is connected VIA a HDMI cable to a 2010 Panasonic BluRay home theatre unit.

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HD signals are automatically sent from the receiver to the TV and are displayed as such unless there is a setting on the HD box in the on screen display to drop the signal to standard definition.

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Go to menu on your remote control and select picture setting and try selecting "default" setting to seeif you like the color, if not adjust contrast to about two thirds of the way and brightness to your liking and color to about the middle.

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Here is the some settings for best view in Samsung HDTV
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Mode: Movie
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Contrast: 84
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