When you first buy a new LCD flat panel television you may have noticed that the manufacturer’s settings are usually turned up to their maximum level in terms of the picture.
This is because TV makers like Sony and Samsung want the model to stand out from the crowd when it is placed on the shop floor and want to ensure it is enhanced as much as possible so people want to buy it. However, directors of television and film programming rarely expect their creation to be presented in this way, which is what calibration is required when you get this LCD TV.
The picture can easily be adjusted and tweaked so that the brightness and contrast levels are set at the optimum for TV enjoyment instead of for marketing purposes.
The edge enhancement features of the image can also be turned off or left on, according to your preferences. The main thing is to make sure that the picture presented is natural to the eye as this can really influence the pleasure you get from viewing your LCD TV.
By calibrating the set you can get the best possible picture and ensure it is set up properly for future usage. What looks best is up to you, so it may take some time until you get the fine tuning right and you are happy with the setup.
It is also worth adjusting the angle of the TV mounted using the TV wall brackets you purchased online, so that everything is as it should be.