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'Veiled picture. Restricted viewing angle',
This review is from: Sony KDL32CX523BU 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 50Hz LCD Internet TV with Freeview HD (Electronics)I purchased this set a few weeks ago. We have two other Sony TVs which are great. Setting this up was no problem but, as has been mentioned in a few other reviews the picture is not great. Unless you are sitting directly in front of it, the picture appears dark, veiled, like the contrast has gone out of it.
I have returned this model.
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Initial post: 20 Feb 2012 13:47:14 GMT
Are you sure you disabled the eco-mode settings? - As soon as I did this the image went from dull to extremely bright and vibrant!
Make sure you disable the Light sensor, Prescence sensor and power saving modes and the picture will be brilliant!
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2012 10:59:01 GMT
Industry Standard says:
Yes, it's the light sensor in eco settings as this post above me says, after that the picture is very bright. If you want it even brighter you can go into the picture modes and choose vivid.
Posted on 3 Apr 2012 23:52:44 BDT
V. Fernandes says:
Why do people want to watch such bright pictures, bad for your eyes anyway, people are so used to watch stuff with a non calibrated picture that they think this is good. I use my backlight on number 3, brightness less than half, eco to low. Be kind to your eyes.
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