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I had an lc320emxf but it got stolen, now i have an lc320em1f and the picture quality seems to be better on the first television. is there a big difference or is it my imagination?

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It is your imagination. The brightness probably needs to be adjusted

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The screen shows a picture but has the color lines going through the screen. FYI, something hit the screen but it is not broken.


maybe the screen is not broken but the circuitry behind it is
take it in for a repair quote

Jun 22, 2016 | Emerson Lc320em1f TV

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PROJECTION BIG SCREENS


To insure the best picture quality for your unit you should clean the mirrors and lenses on picture tubes every 3-4 years if you smoke in the house this be done once a year because of the nicotine build up you can do this yourself by popping the screen off the front very carefully or call a shop they should do it for about a hundred dollars but well worth tv will look a hundred times better

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No picture on emerson loc320emif


Show a torch light on the screen from a safe distance, when program runs. If you can see the picture, the problem is with the backlight and might require the attention of a qualified service technician.

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I have emerson lc320em1f tv but no remote, need help changing ratio


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Best solution to improve picture quality. Screen


Try to turn the contrast down. It can really help out a lot. If this is not working look up your tv's best settings. CNET.com has some great settings under the forums.

If all else fails but a calibration dvd and go thru the settings. Some dreamworks and disney dvds even have them right under the disc extras. Hope I could help!

by the way, remember to cut some of the light in your room if it is well lit. It will help make the picture look better as your eyes can distiguse the light and darks better

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Consider new purchase, your crts are getting old and can't reproduce same quality. High voltage is going and loosing focus. good luck

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Just purchased tv and the quality of the picture is still fuzzy tried to mess around with the resolution but it still isnt very sharp at all


Hi,
The TVs produce picture using entirely different methods. Usually the colors and especially level of black color are better on plasma, LCD will have some trouble various shades of gray and black especially shading on peoples faces etc.. This is not a defect in the LCD just a limitation in current technology.

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Are you viewing HD or standard definition.

Generally, LCD tvs don't do well with "standard" signals, since they're designed for HD.

You may get a slightly better picture by replacing the cable that connects from your TV to cable box, and cable box to wall. However, if you're not watching HD, it's unlikely that you'll notice the better cable making a big difference.

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Component Cable


Component video quality is better then Composite Video (yellow wire)
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Image quality in low resolution


SHQ1 and HQ are two different levels of compression to make the file smaller. This will have a great impact on the image quality. Generally on Olympus cameras, this is what those letters mean: TIFF (highest (best) quality) generally not used. Files are HUGE and takes a long time for the camera to save the image to the card. SHQ (super high quality) you probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between this and the TIFF HQ (high quality) which is lower quality than SHQ SQ (standard quality) which is lower quality than HQ SQ1 (standard quality 1) which is lower quality that SQ SQ2 (standard quality 2) which is lower quality that SQ1 A 2048x1536 only seems large because most people have their monitors set to 800x600 or maybe 1024x768 (that's what I have mine set at). This will seem to make the image REALLY LARGE! It only seems that way because you have to scroll around to see the image. If you want to print images, you'll want all the resolution you can get. If you want to display them on your screen (slide show,WEB page) then you don't need large images. You would just need to resize them down. However, since you may want to both, getting a camera with a higher resolution gives you the choice to do either. Usually, the higher resolution cameras have better lenses and generally take better pictures. On my camera (the Oly 2100), I always shoot at the highest resolution and the least amount of compression (SHQ on my camera). This allows me to do almost anything with the image. Nowadays, camera media (smart cards) are fairly cheap, HD's are DIRT cheap and CD-Rs are very cheap. If the images are "keepers", then I personally would want to start with the best image possible and store the images on CD.

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