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Topic # 11267 12-Jan-2007 21:28
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Anyone got the current S Series Bravia and want to share their Custom settings? I have only got one 2 weeks ago and the colors are a bit red/pinkish.

I see that the aussies have got the ideal setting worked out: http://www.dtvforum.info/index.php?showtopic=33931

but it looks like that its for HD tv...


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  Reply # 57755 13-Jan-2007 03:01
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Settings will vary between source, room lighting, tollerances of the TV and also personal preference.

Some people like the brightness so high that black is washed out greeny grey, others like to have the colour pumped up so that people look like dr zoidberg.

Just find what you like and think looks the best for each source, and you have found the best settings.  




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  Reply # 57775 13-Jan-2007 15:18
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Turn off the Black Corrector; that will show a lot more detail in darker areas

Also when you change the settings it will let you change them just for that input or all of them ie just for AV1 or HD/DVD1 or that channel or all channels (that aren't set individually)

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