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inapontiac
04-29-2007, 03:42 PM
anyone with this kind of tv or something similar. i just got one in and i was wondering which settings you guys might use. thanks.

joetama
04-29-2007, 04:29 PM
What settings are you asking about? The video settings?

22mountaineer
04-29-2007, 04:31 PM
I have a 56 inch rca projection. What are you talking about with the settingS?

1loudsuv
04-30-2007, 12:56 AM
What settings are you asking about? The video settings?

their is only video settings unless you wants to mess with the treble and bass :laugh:

btw the best settings is calling your local isf calibrator to come calibrate and second best is google or go to the www.avsforum.com and ask and see what answers you get.

but me i paid $400 to get my set isft calibrated and it was worth the money. kind of like having a $10000 audio setup and just guessing the eq settings just takes way to much time and like they say your listining to your room not your speakers unless you have proper room treatment....or asking for someone else's settings is also not good.

many different types of rooms and setups. so the best cheap option is to go pick up a calibration disk from digital video essentials their cheap like $30-40 and sometimes the local blockbuster has them to rent to ;)

dang im amazed the master of know it all b&w didnt have the answer :laugh: :suicide:

joetama
04-30-2007, 10:04 AM
There are a lot of different video settings... :fyi:

But in your great wisdom you would know that....

inapontiac
04-30-2007, 11:10 AM
I'm only talkin about the settings like, tint, brightness, color, all that. I figured I'd try to make this 600 dollar tv looks like its worth a lil more than that.

joetama
04-30-2007, 12:13 PM
Just get a test DVD (some movies already have a lot of the color patterns on them) and configure it to look the best for your eyes. No two TVs are going to be the same, room lighting, age, signal source quality are all going to be very big factors which affect the picture on the display.

1loudsuv
04-30-2007, 01:53 PM
Just get a test DVD (some movies already have a lot of the color patterns on them) and configure it to look the best for your eyes. No two TVs are going to be the same, room lighting, age, signal source quality are all going to be very big factors which affect the picture on the display.

funny how you said my great wisdom but you said the exact same thing i said minus what kind of test dvd to get.:laugh: :suicide: :cool:

joetama
04-30-2007, 03:18 PM
funny how you said my great wisdom but you said the exact same thing i said minus what kind of test dvd to get.:laugh: :suicide: :cool:

Trying to be a cool kid doesn't automatically make you one... ;):fyi: