How to Set the Color for a Panasonic 1080P Plasma

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How to Set the Color for a Panasonic 1080P Plasma
Turn on your Panasonic's colour-management feature to enhance outdoor scenes. (half_tv image by Sergey Tokarev from

Your Panasonic plasma 1080p TV offers what the company calls Deep Color, displaying over a billion colours in detail. Set the colour for your Panasonic TV in minutes after installation.

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  1. 1

    Press the "Power" button to turn on your Panasonic plasma TV. Find the "Power" button on the front of the TV or at the top left of the remote control.

  2. 2

    Press "Menu" on your remote control or front of the TV to display the menu and functions you can set.

  3. 3

    Press "TV/Video" and then select "TV on your remote.

  4. 4

    Select the "Picture" menu from the display by pressing the top arrow located under the "Menu" button. Press "OK" to bring up the Picture menu.

  5. 5

    Use the top arrow to select "Color" from the Picture menu.

  6. 6

    Select the "Cool," "Normal" or "Warm" colour level and adjust to your desired taste. Red represents the warm colours and blue represents cool.

  7. 7

    Select "On" to turn on the colour-management feature. This enhances the blue and green colours, most helpful in outdoor and nature scenes.

Tips and warnings

  • After setting your colours, do not display a TV image in 4:3 mode, the standard TV screen picture, for a long period of time. This image can burn-in permanently onto your plasma screen. Select the "Sub Menu" button on your remote on the left side near the centre. Select "Bright" under Side Bar, the recommended level to help reduce burn-in or image retention.

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