People calibrate their TVs so that they have the best possible visual and audio experience while watching. Utilising the best settings on your Panasonic plasma TH-50-PZ will allow you to push your TV to its absolute limits. If you are not using your Panasonic TV to its maximum abilities, then you will find you are not getting the most out of it. These steps can be followed in any order you choose.
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- Remote control
Click the "Menu" button on our remote control, then click the "sharpness" setting. On the next screen you will find a slider in which you can increase and decrease sharpness on your TV. Play a DVD you own and pause on a scene with several people in it. Increase the sharpness with the arrow buttons on the remote control until you find that the people have defined borders and do not blend into any other objects. Doing this will give you the optimum sharpness setting for your Panasonic TV.
Click the "Menu" button on your remote control, then click on the "brightness" option. You will now see a slider allowing you to increase and decrease the brightness of your TV. Pause on a nighttime scene or other dark scene in your DVD. Change the brightness on your Panasonic TV by using the arrow buttons on your remote control to decrease the brightness to its lowest setting, and then increase it until you can see details on dark objects in the scene you have paused. This is the best overall brightness setting for your HDTV.
Click the "Menu" button on the Panasonic remote control and then click "contrast." On the slider on this screen, Increase the TV's contrast using the arrow keys on the remote until the whites are not blending in to any colours surrounding them. (The difference between this blending and fuzzy borders is that you will notice a far more distorted picture if your contrast isn't properly calibrated.) This is the best overall contrast setting for your Panasonic TV.
Click the "Menu" button on the remote control, then access the "colour settings" page. Click on the option for "standard" colour. Your Panasonic TV is programmed with several other potential colour options, including movie, entertainment and sport settings. The "standard" colour is the overall best colour for your Panasonic plasma TV.
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