How to Tweak a 32 Inch 1080P Samsung HDTV

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How to Tweak a 32 Inch 1080P Samsung HDTV
A standard sized HDTV. (black lcd silver image by Nicemonkey from Fotolia.com)

The factory default picture settings on a 32-inch, 1080p Samsung HDTV will be fine for most people. However, there are those who want to get the best image quality possible and the default settings just won't cut it. If you want to tweak the image settings on your 32-inch Samsung HDTV, you can do so using the menu system that is built into the unit.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Press the "Menu" button on your Samsung HDTV's remote control.

  2. 2

    Highlight "Settings" and select "OK."

  3. 3

    Adjust the "Contrast" setting to change the quality of the colour black versus the quality of the colour white. Increasing the contrast will make the colour black deep and rich, while decreasing it will make it lighter and more bright.

  4. 4

    Adjust the "brightness" setting. Increasing the brightness will make the overall picture quality appear lighter, as if you were shining a light on it. Decreasing the brightness will make the overall picture quality appear darker.

  5. 5

    Adjust the "sharpness" setting. Increasing the sharpness will make the edges of characters on objects on screen appear rougher and more defined. Decreasing it will blur these edges, giving the overall picture a "soft" quality.

  6. 6

    Adjust the "color" setting. Increasing the colour setting will make the colours you see on screen sharper and more defined. Decreasing the colour setting will give everything a "washed out" look and appearance.

  7. 7

    Adjust the "Tint" setting. This will change the overall appearance of the image. Increasing the tint will give the overall picture quality a greenish tint.

  8. 8

    Adjust the "Color Tone" setting. You can choose to give everything on screen a bluish tint by selecting "Cold," a reddish tint by selecting "Warm," or a neutral tint by selecting "Normal."

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