Question about Televison & Video
Unless this is some new behaviour of your TV, this is something totally normal, it's a common problem that is inherent to the Lcd technology, there is nothing you can do here.
Some TV have a better Viewing angle than others and it is getting better with every new screen generation.
On some model you can have a "Magic Angle option" but it is just for vertical angles - If for example you are looking at your TV from a lower or higher point of view.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 18, 2011
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