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Old 07-04-2014, 09:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Question Cablebox sharpness setting?

In cablebox menu there is a selection for sharpness of 1-5.I believe 3 is a neutral setting(neither on or off)and I think it defaults at 3. I'm wondering if this setting effects standard definition and high definition? Or is it just one of them? Ive seen some knowledgable people use 3.
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Old 07-05-2014, 12:47 AM
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On the HD DVR I have, the "Sharpness" is on the "advanced A/V settings" menu, which I assume means it will affect only the signal coming out the A/V port. Since my TV is connected via HDMI and not A/V, it wouldn't affect my TV.

Not knowing what cable box you have or how your TV is connected, it is hard to know if the setting would affect what you see on your TV.
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Mine is connected with hdmi too a Motorola box. I think mine is in the advanced menu too.So it seems like it does not affect anything when watching cable tv.Thanks for clearing it up(no pun intended).
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