Calibrating Your Color
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What settings are important in calibrating my new TV?
Adjusting these settings will help you get the best possible picture out of your flat panel TV:
- Brightness: Controls the strength of whites on the screen.
- Contrast: Controls the depth of blacks on the screen.
- Temperature (or Tint): The most common adjustment for skin tones. Too "cold" and people look green; too "hot" and they look pink.
- Color (or Saturation): Controls how vivid the colors are on the screen.
- Sharpness: Brings out the edges of objects on the screen. Often set too high or given an artificial boost with "edge enhancement" features.
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