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Philips PF9965 - picture settings for football

Discussion in 'Philips TVs Forum' started by steve@pubagain, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. steve@pubagain

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    I have just bought a Philips PF9965 plasma with pixel plus. Picture quality for most broadcasts from sky+ via a good quality scart lead is very good. Football on the other hand is blurred, the players have a fuzzy edge around them and is difficult to watch. I have tried various combinations of settings on the display but none are satisfactory. Can someone please advise me what to do. :lease:
     
  2. SNICK

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    try these:

    Contrast - 67
    Brightness - 55
    Colour - 72
    Sharpness - 2
    Tint - Normal
    Digital Options - MoviePlus
    Dynamic Contrast - MIN
    DNR - OFF
    Colour Enhance - ON
    Active Control - OFF
     
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    or this?

    brightness - 49 (low to eliminate backgound noise)
    contrast - approx 60
    colour - approx 60
    pixel plus - on
    sharpness - aound 2
     
  4. db7000s

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    I am also having trouble with image quality but with DVD disks.
    I keep getting a shadow streek...(it is like a memory lag where a head moves but the image is smeared).
    It is more vivid with old disks. Tried both Scart-RGB and Component. No change.
    When I play the same DVDs on a laptop connected to the VGA input ther is no problem.
    Any ideas ?
     
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    Has your dvd player got progressive scan - if so are settings correct. Not trying to teach you how to suck eggs but have you set progressive scan on tv settings when watching a dvd. I have my sony davs 550 connected via component video in ext 5 and the picture is superb.
     

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