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How To Turn Off Noise Reduction On Your TV
By KAYLA DUBE
You only need noise reduction when you are viewing low-resolution videos on a TV that can handle better quality, but since that’s rarely, if ever, the case, your best option is to turn off the feature entirely. By doing so, you’ll have a much more accurate and natural-looking image — just head to your TV’s setting menu and then follow these simple steps.
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Go to the TV’s Picture settings and find a setting that mentions Noise Reduction (you may need to search Advanced or Expert settings). There may be two different options, MPEG Noise Reduction and Dynamic/Digital Noise Reduction (DNR); the former you don’t need to worry about, but the latter should be turned to either off or the lowest setting.
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DNR is a more advanced form of typical noise reduction technology that can make low-resolution videos look much nicer. However, if you're watching high-resolution videos, the setting is not needed and will simply soften the footage too much, which is why it's a good idea to turn the feature off in these cases on modern televisions.
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