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    Moderated By: claudio
    Agoraquest Forum Index Television Configuration
    need help with PQ please Dashboard
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    Last Reply: October 30, 2007, 9:15 pm

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    Author need help with PQ please

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    Joined: Feb 11, 2005
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      Posted: 2007-10-30 04:26

    Hi  I have a KDS-55A2000 and i was wondering what are some good picture settings for video games on 480i games 480p games 720p games and 1080i 1080p games because im not satisfyed with the settings im using 
    im using a ps2,ps3,xbox,xbox360 with hd dvd addon,wii, and sega dreamcast you can please help me out picture,brightness,color,hue,sharpness iris setting DRC setting detail enhancement edge enhancement  thank you for your time and patience 


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      Posted: 2007-10-30 07:25


    Try a calibration DVD such as Digital Video Essentials or AVIA. You can check them both out at


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    From: Chicago,IL, USA

      Posted: 2007-10-30 21:15


    The problem with using someone else's picture settings is that it will not be the optimal settings for your particular TV even if it is the same model. Even things like room lighting and TV placement would vary the settings.

    Follow Toli's good advice and invest in a calibration disk you will be amazed at what a difference it will make. If you do go this route and adjust the settings, give your eyes a few days to a week of adjusting to the picture. Often the picture may seem on the dim side compared to what you are used to but after your eyes get used to watching you will often notice deeper, truer colors and more detail than you had before.

    Joe (aka BeastMaster)

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