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SONY BRAVIA KDL-46V4100

by TheMaestro92 / March 12, 2009 5:27 AM PDT

Does anyone have the Sony Bravia KDL-46V4100 picture settings?

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Try this
by sbaxter / March 13, 2009 3:53 AM PDT

I found this setting from another forum when I first set up my set and it has worked out great. However, it may not be right for you, but at least it's a start.

Backlight: 5
Picture: 54
Brightness: 65
Color: 54
Hue: G5
Color Temp: COOL
Sharpness: 4
Noise reduction: LOW
Mpeg reduction: LOW

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What do I know
by frewarehog / March 14, 2009 12:30 PM PDT

I kinda like the way it looks out of the box. I've been doing photos and videos for years and I have an eye for shades and colors but rarely watch TV so what do I know. But when I plugged the big boy in, I was blown away by the picture.

I've seen three settings to try, all three completely different. I'm gonna leave mine alone. The only exception is watching dark movies at night, the blacks could be darker so I can increase the contrast.

My living room is med bright during the day and is a large room.

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