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Summerbear5

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Hello,
I bought a 32 Inch HD TV for myself for Christmas...I have it all hooked up and going...I absolutely love it except I'm having a slight problem with color settings. (TV is PC ready just plug and play or something like that. It is plugged in with a monitor cable I got at radio shack)

I have a 1 GB Nvidia Geforce 9500 GT with most current update from Nvidia.com, I also have all updates via windows update.

The problem I currently have is by default what I am seeing on the tv is very red. So I went to the Nvidia Control Panel and Color Settings tab where you can adjust brightness/contrast/gamma, digital vibrance & hue. Under these color settings I turned the red brightness down and the contrast a little down. I was then having a problem with white looking yellow tinged so I pulled up the blue brightness and contrast. Now black looks slightly blue. I tried messing with greens and tweaking other colors here and there but I'm getting no where fast.

Before I was using a 17 inch LCD monitor and the colors were fine.

I'm just wondering right now if anyone else who has a setup like mine or someone who is knowledgeable about Nvidia color settings maybe help me figure out what settings I could try.

Currently using

Red,
Brightness: 25
Contrast: 40
Gamma: 1.00
Blue,
Brightness: 60
Contrast: 100
Gamma: 1.00
Green,
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 75
Gamma: 1.00

Digital Vibrance: 50 (default)
Hue: 0 (default)

Default on the RBG is Brightness: 50 Contrast: 50 Gamma: 1.00

If you need anymore information please let me know, thanks.
 

Summerbear5

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I was sharing because I need help figuring out color settings because I'm still having problems...
 
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