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Topic # 224291 11-Nov-2017 08:22
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Total novice when it comes to settings, so anyone kindly advise the best possible picture settings for this new TV...

Brightness, contrast, colour etc.

It’s in the lounge, fairly well lit room by day

Thanks all

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  Reply # 1899122 11-Nov-2017 08:24
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Anyone wear glasses in the house?

 

Do they use them to watch tv or do they go without?

 

Factor that in. Just go default settings then play with the brightness to begin with on somthing you normally watch. 

 

Of course, the built in presets should satisfy.  

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1899123 11-Nov-2017 08:30
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Ok, so how would one go back to default settings ?

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  Reply # 1899132 11-Nov-2017 09:25
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Sorry couldnt find a manual online... but if you have one, it should be pretty straight forward to learn navigation of the 'picture' menu. 

 

 


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  Reply # 1899142 11-Nov-2017 10:08
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Default settings on most TV's these days includes enabling many post processing features. Even the new Sony OLED looks terrible out of the box until you disable motion flow.


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  Reply # 1901346 15-Nov-2017 15:22
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settings will varying according to your environment, usage, personal preferences etc.

 

try to control the lighting.

 

start with the cinema or movie preset.

 

turn off all the auto stuff.

 

adjust to your liking.

 

or pay someone to do a professional calibration.

 

 


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