Question about Televison & Video
Since individual's eyes have different properties, and people vary in taste, there really isn't what you could call a "best" setting. These units are preset when new, and one can adjust them to suit one's taste. The best way to find the optimum setting for you, is to read the manual, and go into the menu and play around with the settings, and see what effects you like (more hue, color, etc.).
Once you set the tv, it will retain the settings. Also, what you will find, occasionally, is that some movies or shows will be "off" a bit for your taste, so it's a good thing to be able to quickly adjust the settings to your taste. The menu's easy to get to (the "menu" button), and use the arrows to navigate, the center button selecting the new setting. Since the advent of cable and HDMI inputs, the "input" menu might say "TV" for your vcr, when it's HDMI, and aux will usually be a dvd, with many other HDMI and other devices.
It's all about what you like, and to familiarize yourself with the settings, will allow you get the optimum enjoyment from a unit like this.
If you have any questions about individual settings, refer to your manual for details.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
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