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Techwood Help

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Johnnyhotspur, Dec 6, 2004.

  1. Johnnyhotspur

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    Just purchased the techwood 4210, reasonably happy except for picture quality during dark scenes.
    Picture seems very annimated and fazed, is this the norm for plasmas or can I improve the quality ?
    Have tried the monster scart without any real improvement, any advice would be grateful.
     
  2. phillfyspoon

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    the techwood is cheap and that means u dont get a very good picture from it. I believe it is a fujitsu rebadged (one that is a few years old and is mass produced in korea) not recomended for home cinema really. should of got a panny for a couple of hundred more.
     
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    take it back and get a panasonic if possible
     
  4. avanzato

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    Well I don't own a Techwood or even a plasma but yes you probably can improve the picture from it.

    Every screen I've ever had benefited from turning off any digital noise reduction in the menu and turning down/off the sharpness control. That's if the Techwood has those options. Getting the brightness and contrast levels right is also vital for a good picture, either buy a test disc or use the THX optimiser from a retail DVD, if you own one that has it on. Do that and the picture will be looking as good as you can make it. :thumbsup:
     
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    brightness=60
    contrast=30
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    color=40
     

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