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Settings to Enhance Your TV Picture Quality

If you buy a new tv and want to get the best possible picture it is worth spending a few minutes adjusting the picture quality settings. Even small changes can make a big difference to your overall viewing enjoyment.

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Movie/Pro

Movie/Pro

This setting is ideal if you watch a lot of films, dvds or blu rays. With this setting, contrast and brightness are adjusted to replicate the experience you would get in a cinema.

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Dynamic/Vivid

Dynamic/Vivid

With this setting contrast, brightness and sharpness are greatly increased. This is ideal for gaming or for televisions which are located in rooms with very bright lighting.

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Standard

Standard

As the name implies, this is the setting which is ideal for everyday viewing.

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Contrast

Contrast

Increasing the contrast makes the image brighter but only up to a point. Beyond this point the detail of the picture degrades. Changing the contrast also affects the brightness, so any adjustments to the contrast may require the brightness to be readjusted.

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Brightness

Brightness

This setting is responsible for how dark the picture is. Reducing the brightness will reduce the amount of detail you can see. The brightness and contrast settings work together and if one is adjusted the other may need to be too.

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Colour

Colour

The colour setting (or colour saturation) controls the intensity of the colours on your screen. If set at it's lowest value your tv will display black and white images. On the other hand if it is set too high the images will look garish and unrealistic.