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Your TV settings are wrong – you need to make a simple change to fix the problem immediately and get a better picture

YOU can instantly improve the picture quality of your TV with just one quick fix – here’s how.

If you’ve never touched your TV’s picture settings, you may be depriving yourself of an enhanced visual experience.

You can instantly improve the picture quality of your TV with just one quick fix - here's how.

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You can instantly improve the picture quality of your TV with just one quick fix – here’s how.Photo credit: Getty

Typically, a TV is programmed straight out of the box with default settings that don’t always deliver optimal performance.

Therefore, users have to play around with their TV’s internal settings to get the best picture quality.

These settings allow you to make adjustments that personalize your viewing and gaming experience, from screen brightness to image sharpness.

One of the most important settings is the “Picture mode”.

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What is “Picture Mode”?

Almost all TVs come with a “Picture Mode” setting.

This tool basically adjusts many picture settings on your TV at once to change the overall look of the picture.

These image settings include color temperature, backlight, motion interpolation, gamma/contrast enhancer, and edge enhancement.

If you’ve never touched ‘Picture Mode’, your TV is probably in ‘Standard’, which is the least accurate in terms of picture accuracy.

Other choices in ‘Picture Mode’ are Vivid, Dynamic, Bright, Sport and Movie – please note these titles are different for each TV.

Which “Picture Mode” setting is best?

Which “Picture Mode” setting you like best depends on your personal preferences.

However, the general rule is that the “Cinema” or “Movie” mode makes the TV’s picture look “most accurate”.

That means the image comes very close to what the director or content producer intended, according to CNET.

Sport, Dynamic or Vivid, on the other hand, make the image appear more saturated or richer in contrast.

At first glance, this may improve the picture on your TV, but sometimes it can have the opposite effect.

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If you’re not sure which setting to choose, you can browse them all to see which one you like best.

In general, most experts will recommend Movie mode.

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Chris Barrese

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