Fujitsu 4208 Settings

johndj1

Standard Member
Given I have the picture coming into my plasma through the worst medium possible (composite), can anyone suggest the best settings for the Cour, Brightness, Contrast and Sharpness for my Fujitsu?

Cheers in advance
 
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YYZ

Guest
Save up and get an Iscan Pro de-interlacer.

I use one on my Fuji 4229 and it makes a huge difference. It has three inputs, composite S video & Component. It outputs via a VGA connection, RGB or YUV, a 576p signal. An amazing box of tricks that improves, in my view, the picture to an amazing degree. It is however £650-700, but well worth the money particularly on plasmas that dont have the picture processing ability of the likes of the Panny and Pioneer.

If that's too much dosh then all I would suggest is find a happy medium between brightness and contrast that hides background noise without too much detail loss. Colour and sharpness I find don't need much tinkering but its a personal choice. At the very least you need to look at changing from a composite feed to S video or above. There are a number of cable solutions to enable this and its criminal to give a plasma a composite feed from DVD or indeed a SKY box.
 

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