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post #1 of 2 Old 05-31-2001, 10:38 PM - Thread Starter
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hi everyone

just recvd my nec lt 150 projector today .. been playing with it for about 4 hours and have couple of questions
now I have read previous posts on settings ( natural 1 / 2, white segment off, ) I am using this with HTPC with a radeon card

the picture seems to be washed out .. like kind of dull .. I played with the settings brightness, contrast .. but still little improvement .. there seems to be no punch .. like its lacking something .. I know it might be some settings that needs to be adjusted ..

any help will be greatly appreciated .

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I leave my setting in default. I use natural 1 for animated movies & natural 2 for regular movies. I am also using the HTPC with a Radeon and also a progressive scan DVD player. I have never thought the picture looked washed out except when the lights are on. Maybe it is your screen or lighting conditions.

It may help to set your refresh at 72hz and use the 1024x768 resolution. This seems to maybe help with the rainbow effect but I don't notice an improved picture from other settings.
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