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What is the perfect amount of red,blue,and yellow hue for the screen

What is the amount of red hue green hue and blue hue to use on the user color

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That's got t o do with personnel preference and room lighting , but as a general rule adjust color hue's till the edges of a white color object on screen has just lost its primary color edge

the older projection TV's actually have voltage numbers for the service tech to adjust them too , but im not remembering seeing any in the LCD manuals

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