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Old 07-13-2021, 11:47 AM   #381
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Hello guys, first time poster here.

I have a Samsung Q60R which I think is a 2019 series QLED. Anyways my problem is with calibrating its brightness control. After doing some research on this display it functions differently from the usual black level, it instead is a gamma control for just the near blacks I believe. It always clips below black, making it hard, and also I'm not even sure I should be adjusting this control at all, or to leave it at 0.

Anyone with experience with Samsung's have any light to shed?
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Hello guys, first time poster here.

I have a Samsung Q60R which I think is a 2019 series QLED. Anyways my problem is with calibrating its brightness control. After doing some research on this display it functions differently from the usual black level, it instead is a gamma control for just the near blacks I believe. It always clips below black, making it hard, and also I'm not even sure I should be adjusting this control at all, or to leave it at 0.

Anyone with experience with Samsung's have any light to shed?
You might try rtingsdotcom and "Samsung Q60/Q60R QLED Calibration Settings"
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