Category Archives: TV Settings

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If you used a flashlight then you might have realized how easily the battery would run out of power. Most often than not, it will only last a few hours if used for the entire night as with camping. This is because older types of flashlights use incandescent bulbs which require higher power ratings, resulting in poor management of power. This prompted the majority of manufacturers and consumers to find a way to extend battery life.

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TV-Picture-Settings

By going via multiple splitters and network routers, the signal coming into your home from your cable television provider will degrade and lose picture quality. Buying and installing a cheap cable amplifier and signal booster would significantly improve the signal strength and efficiency on all of your TVs and device connections. The boosters that are designed for houses typically come in a 75 version.This model of amplifiers will generally improve the signal strength into an extra90 feet of coaxial cable.

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4K TV as a monitor

When many people these days start working from home, they find that their computer screens don’t always cut it. While a TV is not a perfect substitute for a computer, it can work well as a wide screen for having Zoom meetings, watching videos from your laptop, or giving the children a presentation during their time at home. Here are three simple ways of using a TV as a computer monitor that does not even need any extra equipment.

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Tv_sound

TV is an audio-visual experience and half of the input comes from your mouth. Keep your ears satisfied to get the best sound quality you can by changing the audio settings on the TV. Whether you have trouble hearing whispered dialog or bass drowns out other sounds whenever things get noisy, most of those issues can be fixed in the sounds settings.

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