Question about Insignia NSLTDVD26 LCD TV
First try setting your contrast and brightness. It's a balancing act so you'll work with, but put more on the contrast. Also if you have access to a user friendly picture adjustment work with it. That increases the amplitude going to your color guns and your color temperature. If these are not on the set itself take you remote and hit menu and brouse the menu for control of these functions. Hue is an important function, it mixes red and green to get facial tones true. I hate to tell you this part, that's why I saved it for last. What you described it a good sign of the screen wearing out. It's the same thing that happens ocassionally in TVs with CRT Tubes. Hope the adjustments fix it, DanGill
Posted on May 22, 2011
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