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Fujitsu 4208 Settings

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by johndj1, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. johndj1

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    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?

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  2. YYZ

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    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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