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Sharp LC-32GA5E - Optimal PQ Settings with DVD (Sony DVP-NS400D)

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by MacFly, May 24, 2005.

  1. MacFly

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    Just bought a Sharp LC-32GA5E (Thanks to this forum for the guidance on making my choice) :thumbsup:
    I have a Sony DVP-NS400D DVD and was wondering is someone can recommend optimal settings

    All info I have found here seems to be on the Sharp Series "3" & "4"

    I guess I should be focusing on a few areas here

    Connectivity
    Is SCART cable best? (no component outputs on my DVD) :(
    I will upgrade this to a higher spec cable at the w/e

    DVD Output
    I have adjusted this to RGB - Is there any other options I should be looking at?

    Sharp Input
    EXT1 (RGB) - Set to RGB from Auto (just in case)
    Using the "Standard" Picture levels at present - Should I adjust the Advances setting to get a better PQ

    Haven't seen much difference yet - PQ is average (I assume the default SCART cable is the main quality issue) :confused:

    Want to get this right before I start watching series 2&3 of "24"!!!
     
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    You probably can use the GA3/4 settings as they are they same generation screen i.e. "G".
     
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    That's my problem - any postings on the settings for Sharp 3/4 "G" series seem have way more settings than I can find on my 32GA5E - I tried a few last night and ended up with a black screen :eek: - Hence back to the "Standard" settings again
     

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