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Old 12-09-2018, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default LG OLED (and other LG/Sony) Sharpness Question

I always turn my Sharpness to 0 or close to it for reasons you all know... but I just heard that if you set some newer sets from LG or Sony to 0, that they actually are set to 50 (while still displaying 0)

Does anyone know more about this? Thanks in advance
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That must be confusion because some manufacturers have a setting of 50 being neutral. Anything below 50 softens the image. On LG 0 is neutral.
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Yea that is what I read- i must have interpreted it different at first glance:

"Conversely, some TVs, such as some recent models from Sony, actively soften the image when you turn the sharpness control to zero (below 50 on some LG models). I have no idea why this is the case, or in what universe it makes sense. On these TVs, the proper setting could be one or two ticks up from zero, or even as high as the halfway point on the sharpness control."


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