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Old 01-25-07, 02:51 PM   #18
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Default Re: Bad overscan watching HDTV

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Originally Posted by Ancient
Yes. A professional will adjust the overscan as part of the basic calibration process.
Sweet

This pro calibration doesnt sound like such a bad idea anymore.

One more problem, my TV is getting kinda dark. Could it be that my bulb is getting old and needs to be replaced? I am having to put my contrast on 100% to make it look good(which it does, but when i first got the TV 50% was bright enough).

Will calibration fix this? Or should i get a bulb replaced before getting it calibrated?

Sorry for the millions of questions. I'm an RPTV noob.
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