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fantastic tweak that greatly improved PQ on my widescreen tv

I found this great way of improving the PQ on my tv, what a difference, much clearer and more vibrant colours too, much better improvement than any £100 scart leads :D

anyone needing advice on using this tweak just ask and ill answer any questions the best i can :smashin:



i just hope it made you smile ;)

wife added

 

wiz

Distinguished Member
You forgot one item...The wife!!! :rotfl:
 
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longleyc

Guest
Heh thats the wife? Do you Swing or do Dogging?
I very much like to meet her :)

I have a White Cloth, will this work just as good?
 
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Cynthia 7

Guest
Thank you for making me laugh Mystic Bertie. With all the Sky+ problems I needed that! Love the maid's uniform!!!!!!
 
Cynthia 7 said:
Thank you for making me laugh Mystic Bertie. With all the Sky+ problems I needed that! Love the maid's uniform!!!!!!
Its quite alright im glad it cheered you up, its not me in the pic by the way :rotfl:

sorry i did not sort your problem


Heh thats the wife? Do you Swing or do Dogging?
I very much like to meet her

I have a White Cloth, will this work just as good?
Sorry no swinging and no dogging and no you cant meet her :devil:

The white cloth will work just as well but remember you wont get the yellow fluff sticking to the furniture if you use another colour. :lesson:
 

azzy129

Novice Member
would "Pledge" do the trick just as good instead of Mr Sheen? and are circular motions of the dust cloth on the screen better or horizontal and vertical strokes. Also if no picture improvement after trying this should I use a Brillo pad?? :rolleyes:
 
azzy129 said:
would "Pledge" do the trick just as good instead of Mr Sheen? and are circular motions of the dust cloth on the screen better or horizontal and vertical strokes. Also if no picture improvement after trying this should I use a Brillo pad?? :rolleyes:
No mr sheen shines umpteen things clean, pledge does not claim this :D

the strokes you need are wax on wax off :suicide:

No please dont use brillo pad :rotfl:
 

FlimsyFeet

Standard Member
This simple device worked wonders for the clarity of image on my TV:



Seriously though, isn't there something in household furniture polish that can damage anti-reflective coatings on the front of a TV screen?
 
FlimsyFeet said:
This simple device worked wonders for the clarity of image on my TV:

Seriously though, isn't there something in household furniture polish that can damage anti-reflective coatings on the front of a TV screen?
dont know about that, mine does not get done that often, single bloke, thats where i got the inspiration for the post, i cleaned all the dust from my tv screen and thought wow.

not is need of specs yet but they might work for some people, oh and use the mr sheen on them too cause everything will look cráp if you dont clean yer specs too
 

Wilf

Active Member
On a similar note I had a great upgrade to my HC sound. It made a vast improvement to the trebble and midrange and overall sound quality.






I got my ears syringed :)
 
these tips are fantastic, im going to sell these products and maybe offer a power buy on this forums

my initial products constist of

mr sheen
yellow dusters
ear syringing kit
spectacle glass cleaning kit
jonsons cotton buds

i could do a full pack for £10 and it would beat any megabucks interconnect and speaker cables :thumbsup:
 

azzy129

Novice Member
Yeah and if you were to sell them in places like maplins and dixons you can have it right next to the scart leads and other AV accessories. :smashin:
 
One of the best posts I've ever seen....put a link in the rear projection forum as the advice can be used on any set!

respect to the author...very funny mate!
 
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kmhtkmhtkmht

Guest
Yeah, Clean your TV with the Mr Sheen and watch the film melt off - it'll be streaky too. SILLY IDEA!

From the 1st LCD i've ever bought they've always said never use those sprays and stuff..

Just use a damp cloth and dry it off with a dry towel....
 
kmhtkmhtkmht said:
Yeah, Clean your TV with the Mr Sheen and watch the film melt off - it'll be streaky too. SILLY IDEA!

From the 1st LCD i've ever bought they've always said never use those sprays and stuff..

Just use a damp cloth and dry it off with a dry towel....
SILLY IDEA, most people have glass fronted widescreens so not so silly for those people and incase you had not noticed this thread entirely is a joke to make people laugh, until you stepped in mr serious. i am not claiming this it 'THE' stuff to use, just a mere stab at humour to lighten the mood of the forums.
 

colinholl

Standard Member
If you do use a damp cloth, DO have the set switched-off. I didn't, that's why I'm reading AVForums looking for a new set.

Colinholl
 
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ventoboy1000

Guest
HI everyone. Just would like to say that reading this thread has made my day !!!
Its great to see some humour on the forums.
Keep it up guys !!!
:thumbsup:
 
ventoboy1000 said:
HI everyone. Just would like to say that reading this thread has made my day !!!
Its great to see some humour on the forums.
Keep it up guys !!!
:thumbsup:
thanks to those for showing their appreciation, however 873 views and counting yet only a handful of people bothered to comment :rolleyes:

maybe the rest of the community dont have a sense of humour
 

chuckalicious

Novice Member
Cracking :)

Panicked briefly though, I've always used Mr Sheen on my CRT and as far as I'm aware I haven't messed it up. Maybe Sony don't use such fragile coatings on their CRTs :) However, it will be a damp cloth from now on!!!
 

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