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    alright, another dumb post- kf xxwe610 Dashboard
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    Last Reply: March 6, 2004, 9:43 pm

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    Author alright, another dumb post- kf xxwe610

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    Joined: Feb 15, 2004
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    From: Delaware

      Posted: 2004-03-06 14:46

    Well, I've had the set for over a week now, and I'm still not having fun.

    Are there standards, that I can leave my set at, that will be optimal for every DVD I play??

    I don't mind fiddling through each menu, looking for the sharpest picture, but its getting old really fast.

    If anyone, especially Toli, can tell me how they operate their unit, step by step, I'd really appreciate it.

    For instance; lets say this: "After I power up, and pop in Lord of the Rings, I......".

    Only video is needed. My audio works great.

    Thanks so much for all, and if any, help.


    I can't wait to leave this dream. Once my mind dies, I will be free to reenter my whole self. To be my own music, reinventing each note.


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    From: Winthrop Harbor, IL USA

      Posted: 2004-03-06 21:43

    drone8888- Thanks, it's nice to know you don't mind my sticking my $0.02 in. Some only pay attention to $0.01 worth, and with inflation, so it's not worth much after that. lol...

    I have to suggest, if you don't have one yet, is get a video optimizing DVD; i.e. Video Essentials, AVIA, or Sound & Visions. Once you get the video settings set and get used to it, you'll be happy, and not need to change them. I ordered Sound & Visions Home Theater Tune-Up from for $15.86 including tax and free shipping. It would be difficult for me to tell you where exactly your settings should be set-when it comes to adjusting the video settings, even if you have the same model, my settings could end up being a little different than yours in the end. If you can't get the optimizing DVD yet, rent or borrow The Lion King or Finding Nemo, they both have the THX optimizer on them, and that doesn't work too bad.   

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