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How to improve the quality of pictures on the TV

Watching a movie on TV is definitely a very enjoyable thing, but some people may suffer from a decrease in the quality of the video and images they watch, so we chose for you how to improve the quality of images on TV  by adjusting the settings correctly so that it looks appropriate and the images appear at their best .

How to improve picture quality on TV

1- Turn off the power saving feature

Energy conservation  is important, but to get a clearer picture you must turn off the power saving mode, because it reduces the brightness of your TV, lower brightness means less power is used, but the picture will look not good, this setting can be found Depending on the type of TV used, some devices are originally energy-saving and environmentally friendly, but the setting to turn off energy saving can be found in the picture menu, or in the general settings menu.

2- Choose the correct setting for the image

1- Brightness level

This is also called the black level , because it controls the black level of the TV , it does not control the overall brightness, and it is of great importance for obtaining the highest quality of images and is the basis of how to improve the quality of images in the TV, in practice the TV should be able to display Deep black without losing details close to black in the darkest areas. To adjust this setting, you must do the following:

  • Freeze a night scene, like one from the Batman movie, or any vampire movie.
  • Turn on the highest brightness/blackness level control, until you can see details in the clearest areas of the image.
  • Then lower it again until the image is dark without obscuring the details in the images.
  • If you have an LED TV, you will be able to get deeper black levels than you can get with most LCD TVs.

2- Contrast level

It is also called the white level, and contrast affects the brightness, and how well the TV displays shades of white, and it is adjusted through the following steps:

  • Find an image that contains a lot of white, for example a wedding dress, or a sky full of white clouds.
  • Turn the contrast down so you can see all the details, like the shadows in the folds of a dress, or the subtle shade of gray in the clouds.
  • Then crank it up to get the brightest picture possible, without losing the details, you may need to adjust the contrast as low as possible.

3- Color and Tint level

After optimizing the black and white color range, it is time to adjust the color setting . It is recommended to choose a warm, or low color setting that prevents the white from appearing too much, then adjust the tint control so that the colors of the faces look natural, neither red nor yellow Too much, then adjust the color level control , called saturation, so that the colors look realistic, but not so intense that they look flashy.

4- Sharpness level

There are many settings that you have to turn off to get the best possible picture, so we suggest you turn the Sharpness control to zero , and then add nice sharpness if the image still looks weak and soft, in case you're not satisfied with To calibrate the TV , you can press the default reset button and start over.


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