How to Set the Color on a Sharp Aquos

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A Sharp Aquos is a flat-panel LCD television that you can connect to an antenna, cable or satellite TV receiver, as well as a VCR, DVD or Blu-Ray player. When you watch a program or movie on the TV, the color may sometimes not appear correct to you. Colors might be washed out, making the sky or grass look dull. Or colors might be too vivid, making scenes look artificial. You can easily adjust the color levels on your Sharp Aquos television.

  • Press the "Menu" button on the Sharp Aquos remote control.

  • Press the "Left/Right" buttons to navigate to the "Picture" menu, and then press the "Enter" button.

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to navigate to the "Color" option, and then press the "Enter" button.

  • Press the "Left" button to adjust the color to be less intense, or press the "Right" button to make the color more intense.

  • Press the "Enter" button to save your changes.

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to navigate to the "Advanced" option, and then press the "Enter" button. There are two options to choose from: "Color Management System" and "Color Temperature."

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to navigate to the "Color Management System (C.M.S.) and then press the "Enter" button.

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to highlight one of three options: "C.M.S.-Hue" to adjust the color more to be more reddish or more bluish in tone, or "C.M.S.-Saturation" to increase or decrease color saturation, or "C.M.S.-Value" to make an image more or less bright. You can also highlight the "Reset" option to restore color adjustment options to their factory default values. Press the "Enter" button to finish.

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to navigate to "Color Temperature" to adjust the white balance, and then press the "Enter" button.

  • Press the "Up/Down" keys to highlight "High," Mid-High," "Middle," "Mid-Low," or "Low" with higher settings providing white with a more bluish tone, and lower settings providing white with a more reddish tone. Press the "Enter" button.

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