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Picture settings samsung UE24H4070

Hello everyone! Please help with basic settings for TV Samsung UE24H4070 or give advice or a link to settings which could also be used for Samsung UE24H4070. We tried to do it ourselves but are not satisfied with the picture. It is not sharp, it seems that there is a screen made of fog between you and the picture. Thank you in advance. Waiting for your advice!

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Really need more info

What type of source material were you viewing? Cable/satellite/Standard definition feed/etc.(?) My gut feeling says it was either a poor quality feed/channel, or you are dealing with a matte screen in a relatively bright space. Viewing content on this modest sized HDTV in a very dark space just to compare what you see now would be useful, btw.

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Really poor quality feed

Thank you for your tips. In fact the source is public analog antenna and the quality is actually low. And in a dark space the picture gets much better. But still black is not so black and faces are not natural color.

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Sounds about right then

The slightly larger, more expensive HDTVs will generally provide a better viewing experience with better PQ. Nothing however they can do about a poor quality OTA feed.

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