Getting caught up in the return of football season is a source of much enjoyment for a lot of Americans. Chances are, you’ve followed all the trade news in the off-season and have prepared and perfected your fantasy football strategy, but have you thought about preparing the single most important device in your house that is directly responsible for your enjoyment of watching the game? ข่าวบอล If you have never given thought to prepping your television for the best picture quality for watching football, don’t worry! Read on for a super easy and short guide on just how to do that
If it’s been a while since you’ve tweaked the picture quality on your set (or if you’ve never performed an in-depth picture quality set up), take some time and calibrate your screen with the THX optimizer. You probably already have a DVD or Blu Ray movie somewhere that has this awesome and easy to use calibration tool on it. Just look for the THX logo on the case and most likely the disc will have the tool on it somewhere. THX’s optimizer walks you through a series of screens and instructions for setting your contrast, brightness, color and tint as well as sections that help you test your monitor performance, and aspect ratio setup. And if that wasn’t enough, THX also has three audio tests you can run on your sound system to ensure that the speakers have been properly set up and wired correctly.
The whole process takes hardly any time at all and you probably already own a DVD or Blu Ray movie with the optimizer on it, so there’s really no reason for not doing it. Take the opportunity to ensure your football watching experience is the best it can possibly be with your finely tuned television and you’ll wonder why you hadn’t done it months ago.
A less serious situation you still want to think about is to make sure you have fresh batteries in the remote. The last thing you want is a sluggish remote when you’re trying to flip between tense games. This is probably a no-brainer, but definitely worth mentioning in a prep guide.
Another simple but often overlooked TV maintenance tip is to clean your TV screen well and dust it regularly throughout the season. You’d be surprised how easy it is to let this one go. If it’s been a while, do yourself a favor and clean that thing! You’ll be so amazed how great the picture looks again, it’ll be like having a new set. Having said that, if your TV is ancient, has a tube screen or is tiny, it might be time to upgrade to a more current television.