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Old 01-04-2012, 06:48 PM   #11
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Here are the settings I have found to be the best for my home viewing environment on the Sharp Aquos LC-60LE632U:

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VIEW MODE (button on remote) - Dot By Dot

MENU SETTINGS

AV MODE - USER
OPC - OFF
Backlight - [Std] (right in the middle)
Contrast - [+22]
Brightness - [0]
Color - [+2]
Tint - [0]
Sharpness - [+2]

ADVANCED MENU SETTINGS

C.M.S. Hue - all at 0 (zero)
C.M.S. Saturation -
...R - [-10]
...Y - [+5]
...G - [+30]
...C - [+10]
...B - [+30]
...M - [-30]
C.M.S. Value -
...R - [-10]
...Y - [0]
...G - [0]
...C - [0]
...B - [0]
...M - [-15]
Color Temp. - Middle
RGB Gains HI and LO are all at 0 (zero)
Motion Enhancement - OFF
Active Contrast - OFF
Gamma Adjustment - [0]
Film Mode - OFF
Digital Noise Reduction - OFF
Monochrome - OFF
Range of OPC - High +16, Low -16
The reds on mine were pretty off, right out of the box, even. Not sure if that's how the model is supposed to be or if it's a defect in my particular TV, but these settings have given me the best picture quality that I have ever seen. I used a Spears & Munsil calibration blu-ray which helped a great deal, but I still had to tweak it a lot on my own by using some of the films known to have the best PQ. Popped in The Thin Red Line, played around a bit, popped in How to Train Your Dragon, tweaked just a bit more (it's a very dark film at times), went back to TTRL and everything was pretty close to perfect. I received The Tree of Life for X-Mas and just watched it the other night. I have never seen a better live-action picture on any TV, ever, including my friend's Panasonic Plasma (which was calibrated using literally the same S&M disc that I used). HTTYD, in particular, I viewed on both TVs. I'd give it a 9 on the Panny and a 10+ on my Sharp, and I'm not just saying that because it's mine. It's just that awesome.


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