This is pretty simple. With or without the setup disc.The set needs calibration/ but /to get as much as possible before then: Make sure the set has been on for a couple of hrs. Find a scene with light and darknes within the same frame. put the player on pause; work the contrast till all objects in the dark part are visable/ without a grey haze.Too much contrast and you will loose detail/ too much brightness will turn things hazy.Gotta get that fine line between.Before you spend a dime on a new one/ keep the old dvd player (if it works); get an ISF calibration. You won't believe what is possible with the set. Thinking you can make a silk purse out of a sow's ear;by getting a setup disc is a common mistake.A $300/to $350 calibration will make more improvement than a $5000 dvd player.
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