Your TV will come with some different 'preset' modes to control things like the colour, brightness and contrast. You can use them to make the picture look best for whatever you're watching.
Your TV will come with a few different presets, and each is suited to a different type of content. You'll normally have presets for sport, movies, gaming, or general – and some TVs might have even more. There might also be an 'Auto' mode, which will automatically change the preset depending on what you're watching.
The presets will normally change things like the brightness, contrast, colour and warmth settings to make the picture look better. Some might also change the 'refresh rate' of the TV, so that fast-moving things like games or sport don't look blurry.
There's normally a button on your remote to change the preset. On some TVs, you might need to go into the TV menu, and then into its settings. If you can't find it, check your TV manual.
You can change the presets whenever you like, so it's worth testing them out when you're watching something to see which one works best.
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