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The Video/Audio Adjust menu
â¢ Black Level â Adjusts the intensity of black. â¢ Black Setup â Corrects the standard reference black level (NTSC video playback only). â¢ Gamma Correction â Adjusts the brightness of darker images. â¢ Hue â Adjusts overall balance between red and green. â¢ Chroma Level â Adjusts how rich the colours appear. 4 Use the / buttons to adjust the currently selected picture quality setting. 5 When you have all the settings as you want them, press HOME MENU to exit. Tip â¢ To see more of the picture as you adjust different settings, press ENTER after selecting the setting you want to adjust.
â¢ Default setting: Off When watching Dolby Digital material at low volume, itâs easy to lose low level sounds completelyâincluding some of the dialog. Switching on Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) can help by bringing up the low level sounds, while controlling high level peaks. 1 During playback or when paused, press HOME MENU and select âVideo/Audio Adjustâ. 2 Select âAudio Adjustâ. / buttons to adjust DRC from âOffâ to
3 Use the âMaxâ.
Audio DRC Audio DRC Off Max
Exactly how much difference you can hear between the settings will depend on the material. Tip â¢ Audio DRC is not effective when listening to a disc via the digital output when Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital. In this case adjust the dynamic range from your AV amplifier/receiver.