Only few things are more frustrating than not being able to enjoy a tech device to the fullest after spending your hard-earned money to buy it.

Whether it’s a pair of earbuds or an 85-inch smart TV, everyone buys such things in anticipation of the cool experience promised by the manufacturers. And getting the settings right is one huge way to get this experience.

But sadly, user manuals only explain what each settings parameter means or does; they don’t specify the perfect settings combinations. And that’s understandable because “right settings” is a subjective phrase. What feels right to one user might give another an awful experience.

But then, there are proven combinations of settings that work well for most users of each device. These combinations are what we publish on Settings Lab.

For each device we feature, we conduct in-depth research to find out the best combination of settings for that device — as revealed by expert product testers and real users of the device. We then package our findings into detailed posts with the aim of helping our readers get the best from their devices and appliances.

Settings Lab was founded in May 2021 by Danny Saunders, a freelance tech content writer, and researcher. He started the site out of genuine passion to help consumers get the best experience from the tech products they buy. Danny works with a team of researchers, content writers, and editors to maintain the site and create its content.

The site generates income through ads embedded within published articles. The income thus generated is used to maintain the site, conduct research, and create content that offers value to the reader.

If what you’re looking for are the right settings for various devices and appliances by different brands, then this is the website to be on. Welcome to Settings Lab!


  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.