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New HDTV picture setting forum!

by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / March 5, 2009 4:15 AM PST

Hey all,

We've just launched the HDTV picture setting forum!

In this forum you will find the picture settings that CNET editors' use to calibrate HDTVs for their reviews, so you can give them a try if you own the same TV. But that?s not all! It's also a place where you as members can also share your personal settings with others. So if you have a TV picture setting that you think is just ridiculously awesome, bring on in and share it! But before you jump in to participate, please Click here to read this note from CNET senior editor David Katzmaier for all the details involving this forum.

Bottom line this forum has been created for you and our editors to exchange and share your knowledge on HDTV picture settings. And with your help and our editors? contributions, we can make a great resource for everyone to help make their HDTV picture look their finest!

Have fun and enjoy!
-Lee Koo
CNET Community

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