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KDL 60" EX700 Setting question

by JonThomasDesigns / June 8, 2010 4:12 AM PDT

David .. I read your review on the 46" EX700 and used those settings for my new 60" EX700 .. The question is it seems mighty bright compared to what i am use to from your settings .. I went over them a few times to make sure i read them correct .. Another question was you had Display Area: Full Pixel .. i dont have that option only normal and +1 and -1 .. so is Normal Full Pixa; ?

Thank you very much

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