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#1 of 5 XC4RRiED

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Posted December 28 2010 - 03:26 PM

I own a lg 32le5300 I realize lg TVs have a huge amount of different display settings including a game mode but they also have expert settings. Just wondering how you all set yours up to the best picture with the least amount of delays or lag.

#2 of 5 Jim Mcc

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Posted December 28 2010 - 05:59 PM

There's nothing you can do to change delays or lag. Get yourself a calibration disc and set your contrast, brightness, color, tint and sharpness. The new Disney WOW disc is popular, has good reviews, and is easy to use.



#3 of 5 GeorgeAB

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Posted December 29 2010 - 02:46 PM

There are external devices available to digitally correct audio lag, also called lip sync error.

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#4 of 5 heartsniper27

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Posted February 24 2011 - 09:29 AM

Delay or lag issues is a hardware issue which means it is built with the tv not software thing where you can adjust or modify settings. when you have a tv with 120hz rather than 60hz then it would perform better in terms of that!

Originally Posted by XC4RRiED 

I own a lg 32le5300 I realize lg TVs have a huge amount of different display settings including a game mode but they also have expert settings. Just wondering how you all set yours up to the best picture with the least amount of delays or lag.





#5 of 5 XC4RRiED

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Posted February 25 2011 - 09:13 AM

Delay or lag issues is a hardware issue which means it is built with the tv not software thing where you can adjust or modify settings. when you have a tv with 120hz rather than 60hz then it would perform better in terms of that!





My tv has 120hz and a 2.4 ms response time so thats not the problem. And you cant say tv settings dont matter because when i change it from cinema setting to game settings almost all of the lag is cut out. Also they wouldnt jave the geek squad at best buy to come to tour house and change all the settings to make it the best picture for tour gaming environment. So tv settings di matter.




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