Question about Televison & Video
First set your picture setting back to there defaults. Now adjust each setting up and down all the way to learn what they do.
Then try the following:
1) Leave your back light at 50%.
2) Adjust the brightness until blacks look jet black them back some.
3) Set the sharpness up until it looks like too much then back a bit; you can never have too much.
4) Add only a little as most people like a little more color than what the TV is set to show.
5) Now adjust the contrast up until it no longer looks as if your are watching TV with sunglasses on; don't be afraid to go to 100%.
6) Now work the back light only a a small amount.
It can some people a few days to tweak the settings. Remember to right down each setting on there value for future reference after getting the picture to what you like.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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