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Picture could u pls help me on finding the best picture set up, as ive tried and cant get rid of the fuzzy ness i.e. when watching football.

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When watching the game or any other hd channel i still get some fuzz in the colors as if my setting are off. Its not as sharp and crisp as i know is can be. I am running it with the hdmi that comes with the ps3. Played with the settings and restored it to factory but still looks off. Best Buys Geek Squad wants like $300.00 plus to come and "Fine Tune It".

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