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How to: TV/computer setup...

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So I just got a Scepter E240BC-FHD 24" 1080p TV to use as a second monitor and, well, a TV... I'm just curious if there's a website out there or a downloadable tool perhaps that'll help you set it up for the best side-by-side quality with a monitor (my current monitor for instance). I've been sitting here for the past 2 or 3 days every hour or so picking up the remote and trying to fine tune the settings again and again to no avail :( seems as though the red on my background isn't intense enough, and the image is still a tiny bit more fuzzy than it is on my monitor. I've tried putting the sharpness to max, thinking that it would be a given, but surprisingly it's better around the 30-40 range (maxes at 50)... anyone know?

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hmmm all my attempts over the years have failed (to my wife's amusement) to get decent PC to TV video quality. I gave up on it. I think you need a very high quality TV to get this to work. Any particular reason why you're trying to do this?

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Well I just bought a TV because I need one, I don't have one at all aside from this one and I decided to buy an HDMI to mini HDMI so it could be a multi-purpose second monitor as well. So it's not like it's a necessity or anything, all I really use it for is when I'm fullscreen gaming and trying to keep an eye on something, or when I'm editing a video or streaming or anything of the sort I'll pop it on that monitor. But I suppose a 24" TV for $180 wouldn't qualify as high quality eh :\

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It has nothing to do with setup, thats just the output quality of your tv. Remember this, a 24" monitor is about the same price and it does not have a tuner in it. Quality has to go down somewhere to justify the price ;) Edited by KiTsuNe

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