Looking for information on how to adjust the picture quality of a Samsung LCD TV? There are a couple of ways to adjust the picture quality of a Samsung LCD TV, all of which will be discussed below. Keep in mind that the quality of the signal that you are receiving from your cable or satellite provider will also have an impact on the picture quality of your Samsung LCD TV.
To adjust the picture quality of a Samsung LCD TV, you will need:
- A Samsung LCD TV
- A remote for your Samsung LCD TV
- Picture Options Menu. If your Samsung LCD TV has poor picture quality, the first thing that you should do is access the "Picture" options menu. You can access the "Picture" options menu on your Samsung LCD TV by pressing the "Menu" button on your remote control and then selecting "Picture Mode." From there, you will be able to adjust the backlight, contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint of your Samsung LCD TV.
- Turn Energy Saving Off. Your Samsung LCD TV comes with an energy saving option that is automatically enabled. While the option is designed to reduce the power usage of your Samsung LCD TV, it can also reduce the picture quality of your television. You can turn the energy saving option off by pressing the Menu button on your Samsung LCD TV remote control, going to the Picture menu, selecting ECO solution and turning "Energy Saving" off.
- Game Mode. If you are playing video games on your Samsung LCD TV, you will likely have "Game Mode" enabled. "Game Mode" is designed to increase the picture quality of your television when you are playing video games, but it reduces picture quality for all other uses. You can turn "Game Mode" off by accessing the "Picture Mode" sub-menu (directions in step 1) and turning "Game Mode" off.
If you are still experiencing difficulty with the picture quality of your Samsung LCD TV, you should contact Samsung directly to see if there is an issue with your television itself.
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