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Old 03-06-2013, 03:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello,

Would anyone be kind enough to post their settings for use as a reference point for me. I just received this Plasma and a WOW disk is on the way
but would like to know what some are doing. I realize all sets will differ.

Thanks
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Greetings

The Movie mode on the TV is the most accurate out of the box, just use it ... and tweak it when you get your WOW disc.

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Hello,

Would anyone be kind enough to post their settings for use as a reference point for me. I just received this Plasma and a WOW disk is on the
but would like to know what some are doing. I realize all sets will differ.
Thanks


Copying settings is not calibrating and will not make your tv more accurate. All the professionals agree and there is an article out there that suggests that it will make the tv less accurate. Stick to movie mode and adjust just the basic controls for your tv . Turn off any enhancements, dynamic contrast, etc. Contrast, Brightness, Color Tint . just the basics. Use a disk to display the patterns.
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