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Re: I need the correct Settings for Samsung LNT4665FX to...
These sets are designed for a digital input source, so if you are on an antenna or analog cable it will not look as clear..also if you can set the source for 720p instead of 1080i..it sounds like a lower resolution but 1080i scans 540 lines 2 times to get 1080i and 720p scans 720 line each time,,
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These are generic instructions for all TV's and all Remotes:
1. Press 'Menu' key on Remote (or 'Setup' key).
2. Go to Setup, View, or Picture tab (whichever one you've got in your Remote's Menu or Setup)
3. Change your Zoom or View aspect.
NOTE: Depending on the dimensions of your TV, you simply may not be able to view the entire picture using a correct aspect ratio (NOT stretched). On my 42" RCA is use a 4:3 Zoom setting to fill my screen but, it chops a little bit off the top & bottom. It's the best I can do with my current setup.
You can't use someone else's numbers, even for the same set, and expect them to be perfect. The picture settings are governed by the viewing conditions in your TV room.
Settings such as Brightness can only be set correctly in the room where you are viewing. Brightness affects where you might then set gamma, and contrast, and colour. So just one setting has a lot of impact on several other areas of the picture.
Putting in someone else's numbers will make the picture look different. But that's not the same as the "best" calibration for your TV.
If you want to do a good set-up without spending any money, have a look at your DVDs and Blu-rays for those titles with the THX Optimizer.
Unless you have an HD (High Definition) camcorder, the resolution of the video (or pictures) taken may be too low for it to show well on a (large) TV screen. Hence, you'll see the videos/pictures as blurred/fuzzy
this could be an auto picture feature not working correctly with the wide lens view you will want to go into your tv settings menu and make sure nothing is set to auto and than configure it so this no longer happens be prepared to spend about an hour getting familiar with each option so you understand which is doing what exactly
unfortunately these newer tvs do not display the standard definition analog channels very well. the picture gets better when viewing digital channels but doesnt display at its best untill u place it on a high definition channel
unfortunately cable does not give you the best quality picture and "fuzziness ' is the reduced resolution being displayed on the tv. the easy way to check the picture quality is to get a decent hd antenna and scan using it for free hdtv signals, if these are also fuzzy, on all channels then the tv has a problem but if it is only on a few lower resolution channels then its just the way it is until everyone is hd 720 or better.