I have two Sony Wega Trintion's in my house, one is a 32 inch and one is a 13 inch, the 32 inch is about a year old or so and the 32 inch is about the same, we got the 32 inch on sale so it may even be a little bit older...but the 13 inch wega has such a overall nicer brighter picture then the 32 inch, I'm not sure about the Model number's on both but what are the best settings to use for the 32 inch for bascially Tv and Video Game use? If you need to know what I all have hooked up I have a go video dvd vcr surround sound combo hooked up a cable box, a Sony ps2 and a Xbox
Joined: Oct 25, 2001
From: Poughkeepsie, New York
Posted: 2003-04-14 07:13
A small screen will always look better than a large screen monitor (in the majority of cases), showing the same input signal and all user control settings adjusted the same.
The general concensus is that all settings should be @ or below 50%. The settings that I'm referring to are the user adjustable (e.g. brightness, contrast, color, tint, etc.).
However, if you really want to do your monitor justice, then use one of those movie DVD's that are THX certified. Towards the end of the movie, you will find a set of procedures for adjusting the proper color and contrast on any monitor.
If you can afford it, pickup any calibration DVD (Sound & Vision, Avia, Video Essentials) that can assist with the proper adjustments.
Joined: Dec 14, 2001
From: Rhode Island, USA
Posted: 2003-04-14 17:41
Yes, the Avia disk is quite good. You can adjust both the TV picture and the surround system.
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