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I have a mitsubishi dlp 65738 i would like to know what to put all my settings at for the best picture

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The best picture is what your eye accepts as "best". what is good for you might not well for others. try to set brightness, color and contrast for best results - just play around until you decide it is the best. anyway a good signal source is also important for good solution. check antenna and adjust for strongest signal. use good cables as well. also use instead of rca video input y/c (chroma) input and even hdmi for best result on external sources like satellite receiver, videorecorder or dvd player etc.
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