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Old 06-05-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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I just bought a Dynex 32" LCD (Best Buy Brand) and I noticed some settings on the setup screen that I was unsure of. I saw an option called "XVS" under the setup screen and "AVS" under the audio screen. I searched around the web to try to find out what XVS is, and had no luck, I could not for the life of me figure out what it stands for or what it means. It just seems to make the screen darker. I did not search around for AVS, I just thought I would include it in this post as I was unsure of what it is. Thanks!
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Old 06-17-2008, 12:53 PM   #3
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I just bought a Dynex 32" LCD (Best Buy Brand) and I noticed some settings on the setup screen that I was unsure of. I saw an option called "XVS" under the setup screen and "AVS" under the audio screen. I searched around the web to try to find out what XVS is, and had no luck, I could not for the life of me figure out what it stands for or what it means. It just seems to make the screen darker. I did not search around for AVS, I just thought I would include it in this post as I was unsure of what it is. Thanks!
Isn't there anything in your owners/operators manual unde SET-UP ?? if they have an online site I would question it there I have never heard of these options but then again every maker has a special vocabulary to make it sound impressive
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The best I can tell from the manual I viewed at the Dynex web site is this. The XVS seems to be a picture noise reduction setting . AVC (could not find any reference to AVS so I assume this is what you mean) is automatic volume control.
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