I was just curious without geeting a professional to set these settings on this tv is the any advice you guys might have on proper settings. I set it right now as follows
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If set works with games etc via rear audio/video jacks do the same with cable----get a cable box with audio/video etc outputs on it and go from them to ones on the rear of set----no coax connection needed and a better picture.
The best way to set up a TV such as yours without a calibration device is to get a high definition picture of someone's face on the screen and adjust the color, brightness and contrast until the face looks as life like as possible.
You must first try to check the setting of your lcd tv if the features are set properly. Go to picture adjustment then you will see AV format select the negative function this setting will display the image correctly without distortion or picture clipping.
DARN ! i was hopeing for something simple . on to the hard stuff : inside the set there are adjustments (5 total) that can be made but you need the proper equipment to make sure its not a defective part first and then set up the set properly we have a machene that i can hook up to a tv like yours to the high voltage section and do the tests and the setup . but it cost me 2000.00 and it paid for its self . i would never set up a set without it if you realy like the tv and its just a set up , you should pay no more than 100.00 ... if you have bad parts 200.00 topps .
Just curious on a t.v. that is 21 yrs. old, but when was the last time that the t.v.was taken apart and vacuumed by a professional. It's very hard to troubleshoot it without seeing it but many times the t.v.'s overheat due to the build up of dirt and dust within the chassis.