> on alot of these modern sets there are a lot of settings and some of them can be
> a little misleading. . sharpness for instance, youd think youd want that up, like
> ya i want a sharp picture, but many sets benefit from having this way down, or at
> 0 even. i dont know many people who know what white balance is, or what to do with
> it, and you can mess your picture up if you go to messing with it too much. def
> before you start tweaking anything take a pic of the current settings or write them
> down, though most sets will reset to defaults. color temperature, etc. while
> my set looks pretty good on warm 1, in a room with different lighting or different
> colors on the walls cool might be better etc.
Yeah i knew about these things and i always set my TV myself, but i always hear how great it is to calibrate your TV so i want to try it when i get my new TV.