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Can you please post your picture settings. I'm not a fan on the movie mode as it gives that cinematic coating, I have issue with it when watching sports. So far I like the looks of dynamic/Standard?

 

Would anyone have settings. I have the UN46F6800AF model!

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You are much better off posting this in the LCD forum, search for your model number there.

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Third time you have posted the same thing in a calibration forum. Since you are not interested in calibration by your own admission, you should not be asking for this in a "calibration" forum. The only answer you will get is to use the movie mode since it is the most accurate out of the box. Calibration ... the quest to be accurate. Not the quest to find something I like that no one else likes.

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Thank you for policing my threads. I've searched everywhere, and I can't find picture settings or threads anywhere. it is as if no one owns this TV lol

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Greetings

What part of having a less than 4% chance of doing better than stock settings did you not understand?

Shared settings also tend to be centered around the movie mode ... not the other modes. And since you dismissed the movie mode already ... your search in a calibration section is rather futile.

2+2=4 ...

You've just said that you don't want "4." And you still want help arriving at a correct answer?

Effectively asking for us to somehow see the world through your eyes via the internet ...

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Thank youfor policing my threads. I've searched everywhere, and I can't find picture settings or threads anywhere. it is as if no one owns this TV lol
"Policing?" How about, "Friends don't let friends make fools of themselves in public."? Some posters come here under the guise that they want to learn, but are unmasked when they complain about being given accurate answers that don't match their preconceptions. Moving from erroneous thinking to correct thinking requires a change of mind. There is a popular myth in the home theater forum community that copying settings is advantageous. In reality it is just a roll of the dice. What you like will not necessarily be correct image reproduction. In calibration, the goal is correct performance, not preferred performance.
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Ok but in movie mode, my football/hockey broadcasts look like they're filmed in 1970...? I'm referring to the professional calibration settings I applied from a Samsung 6400 model on the internet. I tried adjusting it to my liking but that yellow shade is clearly noticeable on any image naturally white...I can't seem to find any calibration settings, I posted everywhere! Can I use F7100 settings?

I'd just like input for those who have settings using dynamic/standard...I don't want to step on anyone's toes...

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Utter futility strikes again!
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Greetings

And what part of less than 4% chance of doing better did you not understand?

You come to a forum dedicated to doing it correctly and you ask for wrong answers ... because you don't want the right answer. And you get frustrated because of it.

If it hurts to hit your head against the wall, you should probably stop doing it ... rather than to continue and complain about the pain.

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what pain!!? what are you talking about,

 

Please do not comment on my thread.

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what pain!!? what are you talking about,

Please do not comment on my thread.
It's called an analogy.
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turn off ALL features that affect the pic.
motion blur
color enhance
signal noise
auto light sensors
enhanced brightness
auto dimming
auto backlight
ANY non standard controls

then use only the
brightness
contrast
backlight
color

I think you also have
gamma controls
set that to a higher number than stock.
1 click or setting.
then use warm1 or 2

drop contrast to about 80%
leave brightness alone
use backlight to establish the brightness you like
experiment with a couple clicks more orless on color till you are happy.

watch for a day.


there is nothing else you can do without equipment.
the eys will trick you and there is an expected "normal" that you have developed over the years of watching tvs.

I understand your frustration but you need to understand that only meters can tell the reality of just what is being
displayed.

And this forum is ALL about that, not what looks good to you.
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[quote name="CalWldLif" url="/t/1500235/anybody-own-a-samsung-f6800-lcd-display#post_23965356".....there is nothing else you can do without equipment.
the eyes will trick you......you need to understand that only meters can tell the reality of just what is being
displayed.

And this forum is ALL about that, not what looks good to you.[/quote]
The OP has had this explained by multiple people, in a variety of ways, with no comprehension registering. He is in the wrong section of the forum, but refuses to go to the right section where people talk about swapping settings. Cognitive dissonance strikes again.
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