By Caleb Denison
Published August 14, 2012

You don’t have to be a high-end home theater enthusiast to see the value in adjusting your new TV’s picture settings. We have a natural tendency to want to look at visually appealing things as we move through our lives, so we paint the walls in attractive colors, decorate our homes and grow beautiful flowers. It stands to reason, then, that we would also want the rectangular thingies that beam colorful lights at our eyeballs to look as pretty as possible. Aside from that, we seem to have this intrinsic need for our cool tech-gear to perform at its absolute best.

And so it is direly important that you don’t just uncrate your expensive, sleek new TV, hang it on the wall and call it good. There’s a whole menu of picture settings there just itching to be adjusted so that your new TV doesn’t just put out a great picture; it puts out a stunning picture.

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