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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 2007-12-12, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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Best settings for HD on LC52D64U

Hi !

I just got my new hdtv Sharp Aquos and I was wondering what are the best picture settings to get maximum hd performance ? Thanks...
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 2007-12-12, 11:34 PM
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There is no one set of "ideal" picture settings for one make and model of TV that are applicable to all of the same make and model. Things such as room lighting, the distance to your seating area, what YOUR eye sees on screen, the components in your home theatre, and the components INSIDE of your components themselves, etc...

A proper calibration of the TV to YOUR individual specific needs is much better than setting it up to what someone else's ideal settings are.

This topic has been discussed many times before. For further detail, have a look at the following FAQ:

57 FAQ - What You Need To Do To Your New HDTV (Duplicate, do not delete - many links)

and this post by the well-respected 57:

Sharp LC-45D40U Setup

I know you've been pointed to other FAQs already, but you should take the time to read them as they will most likely answer many of your questions first.

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