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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

The resolution of the tv doesnt seem very clear at all. The picture seems a bit fuzzy and im sure that this tv is suppose to have better quality. Is there a way to fix this?

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  • gina2324 Apr 28, 2009

    Well Its a SHARP 32" LCD TV. I know we go through Charter. The tv has regular cable channels along with HD channels. The HD channels are definitely better quality than the basic cable channels. I tried to adjust the sharpness/resolution level on the tv and i seemed to find a decent level for both cable and HD but i just figured that there may be something else causing the tv to not have amazing quality. Our other tv is a 50" plasma which is very sharp so i assume they are not the same type of tv however the 50" just has a better resolution.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    What is the video source you are using a cable or satellite box? Is it high def? The picture will only be as good as the source. Non HD channels such as basic cable will be slightly blurry ,fuzzy and washed out looking regardless of the TV used. Now if you have it on an HD source and using an HD connection such as HDMI or component cable and it still looks fuzzy that could be a problem.



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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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