E-instruction manual Language: English



Picture Mode – Choose from the following presets:

User – Allows you to manually change all settings.

Sport – Optimises the picture quality for watching sports broadcasts.

Vivid – Enhances image saturation and sharpness.

Eco – Reduces screen brightness to consume less power.

Standard – Default settings.

Movie – Set to be lighter in colour and less bright.

Game – Optimal mode for games. The TV turns off all image post-processing functions to minimise input lag.

Backlight – Adjust the screen brightness by increasing/decreasing the panel backlight.

Brightness – Increase or decrease the brightness of the picture.

Contrast – Changes the balance between black and white.

Saturation – Increases the colour from black and white.

Hue – Allows you to increase or decrease the level of hue within the image (for NTSC signal only).

Sharpness – Increases or decreases the sharpness of the image.

Video Delay – Delays the video. You may want to use this function if the video and audio are not synchronised.

Gamma – Adjusts the tones between the bright and dark parts of the image.

Colour Temperature – Choose from the following presets:

User – User-defined colour temperature.

Cool – Increases blue within the picture.

Standard – Default settings.

Warm – Increases red within the picture.

Advanced Video – Additional picture settings.

DNR – Filters and reduces image noise (interference).

MPEG NR – Reduces block noise and mosquito noise in the image caused by digital compression.

Adaptive Luma Control – Dynamic video contrast enhancement to adjust the Luma level of the picture signal automatically.

Blue Stretch – When activated, the brightest part of the screen will be leveled down to reduce the saturation.

Game Mode – When activated, the TV turns off most post-processing functions to reduce the input delay to a minimum. Available for HDMI source only.

Super Resolution – An image processing mode that sharpens the picture and removes noise. Recommended for use with low quality video sources.

Local Contrast – Enhances the contrast level in local area for the image.

Color range – Colour range settings for HDMI input.

Auto – The TV sets the best option based on the EDID information of connected device.

Full – The RGB signal will be displayed in the range of 0-255. This range is typically used by computers and game consoles.

Limited – The RGB signal will be displayed in the range of 16-235. This setting is required to display movies properly.

Colour Tuner – Expert settings to fine tune the colour accuracy of the picture.

11 Point White Balance Correction – Adjusts the white balance by adjusting the contrast of the three primary colours.

Reset To Default – Restore the default video settings.