TOSHIBA WL and WLT settings

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by tosh hunter, Oct 27, 2005.

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  1. tosh hunter

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    Hi,

    I am messing around with my pic settings to try and get a top picture on my 32wl56. I remain not 100% happy, and no longer trust my own judgement about what the picture should look like.

    I was wondering if people can tell me what settings they use.

    This will give a general idea of roughly what people should be setting their pq attributes to.

    As the wl and wlt range are the same screens this is open to all.

    My settings are below with some pics.

    I am connecting ntl digital to my 32wl56 via an ixos scart.
     
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    sorry it wont let me upload photos saying that image is too large......1.6meg image , but only 160 kb allowance>>>>>????
     
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    "File Too Large. Limit for this filetype is 120.0 KB. Your file is 1.64 MB. "

    This is the message...the file is a jpg
     
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    upload to image shack, it should resize it i think, if not use microsoft photo editor to half the resolution.

    hope you find an answer cause id be disapointed if the tv looks like it does in the shops :(
     
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    Tosh, check out the Tosh WLT58 thread you'll find it useful.

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