Your 29-inch LED TV should be sitting pretty on your stand or wall, now you need to know how to set it up so that it looks its best.
After all, no matter how great your TV looks, if it doesn’t have the right screen space, then you won’t enjoy watching it, and if your television isn’t set up properly, then the image will look blurry and too small.
Fortunately, setting up your LED TV is actually pretty easy once you know what you’re doing, here are our top tips on how to get started.
Know the Basics
The first thing you need to know before you set up your LED TV is how to connect it to the power source and to your cable box or satellite receiver.
You should also know how to set your 29 in tv up so that it automatically switches to the right input, most TVs are able to detect the type of cable box or satellite receiver they’re connected to, so you don’t need to worry about which port you use.
If you’re using an old TV that you don’t want to change the input settings on, then it’s easy to do, all you have to do is unplug the cable from the input port and plug it into the other one, then, plug your HDMI cord into the TV and your cable box, or the satellite receiver and your antenna.
Set Up Your TV with a Clear Viewing Area
If you’re setting up your new television on the wall, you need to make sure that the area is clear of obstructions, the last thing you want is for the image to be blurred because there are cables or other objects in the way.
The best way to set up a clear viewing area is to use a laser wall-mountable TV bracket and a pair of laser wall-mountable brackets.
Laser brackets make it easy to position the TV bracket close to the wall by lining it up with studs or drywall, once the brackets are mounted on the wall, you can then take out the included spacers so that the TV bracket is sitting far enough away from the wall so that it’s easy to view from any direction.
Make the Most of Your Screen Space
Many people buy a smaller TV because they think it will look better on the wall or on a stand but once they’ve got the TV set up, they realize that they’ve wasted a lot of space.
To make the most of your screen space, you need to get in the habit of clearing off items on your desk or shelf that are taking up valuable square footage. The most common offenders are thumb drives, paper documents, and magazines another thing you can do is get rid of any excess cables that are hanging out from behind the TV.
Get to Know Your Remote Control
Once you’ve set up your TV and done a quick scan to make sure that there are no cables or other items in the way, you can start getting to know your remote control.
The first thing you should do is take out the batteries from your remote and place them in an out-of-sight place. Doing this will prevent you from accidentally pressing buttons when you’re not looking at the remote, the next thing you should do is assign your most used buttons to the most commonly used functions.