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HP Pavilion LC3700N User Manual: Using The Audio Menu; Adjusting The Audio

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C.M.S.-Hue sets tone; decrease to make tones
more red, or increase to make tones more blue.
C.M.S.-Saturation adjusts the saturation of a
selected color.
C.M.S.-Value sets image brightness; decrease to
make image darker, or increase to make image
brighter.
Color Temp sets the white balance in increments
from High to Low; choose High for white with blue
tones, and Low for white with red tones.
Black sets the viewing depth automatically by
adjusting the dark portion of an image; set to On
for high detail in black portions of the image.
3D-Y/C sets the response for minimal dot crawl
and cross color noise for video input signals from
Composite Video or Analog In. Choose Standard
for normal adjustment, Fast for a movie image, or
Slow for a still image.
Monochrome sets color to monochrome for
viewing video without color. Set to On for
monochrome.
Film mode automatically detects a film-based
source (originally encoded at 24 frames per
second), analyzes, and then recreates each still
film frame for high-definition picture quality. Set to
On for automatic conversion of a film source.
I/P Setting is an image compensation setting
that converts the input signal from interlace to
progressive; choose Slow or Fast. The option is set
to Slow when Film Mode is On; it is not selectable
when the input resolution is progressive (480p or
720p).
Using Reset
To return all adjustment options to the factory preset
values, highlight Reset and press Select, then highlight
Yes and press Select.

Using the Audio Menu

The Audio menu sets the sound levels, and the option
for the Dolby Virtual setting.
The Audio menu is not selectable when the Output
Select option is set to Variable.
Audio Menu
Options
Treble
[scale]
Bass
[scale]
Balance
[scale]
Dolby Virtual
Off/On
Reset
Off/On
Adjusting the audio
In the Audio menu, select an item and adjust the scale
for Treble, Base, or Balance. These options are not
selectable when Dolby Virtual is set to On.
To control the audio output, including muting the
speakers, refer to the Output Select option in "Using
the Options Menu" on page 61.
Selecting surround sound
You can enjoy surround sound using two-channel
stereo with Dolby Pro Logic II technology. To do so,
select Dolby Virtual and choose On.
Virtual Dolby Digital is a technology certified by Dolby
Laboratories that creates a virtualized surround sound
experience from two speakers using Dolby Pro Logic or
Dolby Pro Logic II.
Virtual Dolby Digital retains all the original
multichannel audio information and provides the
listener with the sensation of being surrounded by
additional speakers.
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You can also choose Dolby Virtual by
pressing the Virtual button on the remote
control.
For some discs, setup may be required on
your DVD player; refer to the operation
manual of your DVD player.
Changing the TV Settings
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  • Hemanth Jan 06, 2017 01:05:
    I lost my remote control now my tv totally image apparently black and white their is any possibilit​y to change colours adjustment without remote control