Color temperatures, which one should i use?

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    cool medium or warm?
     
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    Hmmmm glad i asked, i have had my tv on cool, id thought the lowest was the best....
     
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    well toshiba goes the other way it seems, it was set on cool out of the box
     
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    Toshiba has always said the Warm setting is the most accurate. However, I remember a couple of years ago one of the HT magizines did a test on a Toshiba widescreen and it turned out the Medium setting was more accurate. I know on my 2 1/2 year old Tosh widescreen the Warm setting is just too red. Toshiba may have corrected this by now, however I'd say just go with what looks best to you.
     
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    Thanks guys will do
     

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