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    32PFL5606H/12 and Xbox 360S

    Hi all,

    Just purchased the above TV and connected it to my Xbox 360S via HDMI (ARC) using the standard Xbox 360 cable. I also downloaded and installed the latest firmware (2.20) and my console has the latest updates (installed before connected to the TV).

    My XBOX settings are:

    Display: 1080p
    Reference Levels: Standard
    Color Levels: Auto
    Discovery: Enabled

    The problem is that when a new screen is displayed on the TV and colors are somewhat faded (example, light yellowish/grayish white turns to white) settle down to their true colors after 3-4 seconds.

    Anyone has experienced this and/or know how to solve this problem?

    Thanks,
    Ivan

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    Hi

    is that only on Xbox?
    What Smart Picture Mode do you use?

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    Hi,

    It's only the Xbox that's connnected to the TV.

    I didn't change any Smart Picture. I just left it as is when I set it up the first time.

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    Hi,

    I think, Thomas wants to know, which Smart Picture is currently selected. Please just take a look...

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    It was set to Energy Saving. I set it to Game but the picture had a strong bluish tint to it. so I then set it to Cinema and so far so good.

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