Did you know you can get your TV to produce a better image just by calibrating it? Most companies will charge a few hundred dollars to calibrate your TV. However, there are ways to do this yourself. And it only takes up 5 minutes of your time.
Calibrating your tv
The process of TV calibration isn’t really that old, but you’ll hear TV salespeople use it on a regular basis. Television calibration wasn’t introduced until the world of high definition took over several years ago. It has to do with adjusting certain settings on your TV which can improve performance, increase accuracy, and even make it use less power. Just as you would normally adjust different settings when initially setting your TV up for the first time, calibrating it would include tweaking certain ratios, dimensions, and contrast to obtain the best picture with the least amount of energy consumption.
Provided below the article is a list of picture settings for certain TV manufacturers. If you have 5-10 minutes to spare, check the most ideal settings for your TV and apply them. I bet you’ll love the new picture, which you probably didn’t know your TV could produce. If you don’t know how to apply the settings, just google for a guide or look through the manual, although normally you should be able to set it up through your TV remote’s Menu button.
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