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Due to popular demand, owners of Samsung's new Luxia LED edge-lit UNxx6000 and UNxxB7000 series can discuss and post their custom settings here, including what they've found to look best and settings that were created through professional calibration. The panels used for the 6000 and 7000 series are identical, so settings should be comparable on each. This thread isn't for the UNxxB8000 or the UNxxB9000 since they both use a different panel.

I'll post my custom settings once I get my UN40B6000.

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Here are CNET's professionally calibrated settings, calibrated on the UN46B7000:

--Picture menu
Mode: Movie
Backlight: 3
Contrast: 89
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0
Color: 49
Tint: G50/R50

Advanced settings submenu
Black tone: Off
Dynamic contrast: Off
Gamma: +3
Color space: Auto
Flesh tone: 0
Edge enhancement: Off
xvYCC: Off

White balance submenu
R-Offset: 24
G-Offset: 23
B-Offset: 26
R-Gain: 28
G-Gain: 28
B-Gain: 21

Picture options submenu
Color tone: Warm2
Size: Screen Fit
Digital NR: Off
HDMI black level: Normal [grayed out]
Film mode: Off [grayed out]
Blue only mode: Off
Auto motion plus 120Hz: Custom
Custom settings:
Blur reduction: 10
Judder reduction: 0

--Setup menu
Game Mode: Off
Energy saving: Off

http://forums.cnet.com/5208-19410_10...&tag=mncol;txt

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I would have liked to see this stay in the owner's thread, I don't know why we always split calibration from owner's threads here.

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I would have liked to see this stay in the owner's thread, I don't know why we always split calibration from owner's threads here.

Makes it easier to find the calibration info. Hopefully people keep it just about that as it seems some of these calibration forums go way off topic.

With that said I just put in the CNET settings and they are good for low to moderate room lighting.

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I noticed CNET has the xvYCC off. this is supposed to expand the color option why would you not have this turned on all the time. I have read alittle on this feature and it would only come into play if the source your watching has this process encoded. I am not sure this is true . Samsung states this is being processed in the LCD with the label WIDE COLOR. anyone else have any ideas.
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what is xvYCC? I wonder if I should have this on or off.
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I noticed CNET has the xvYCC off. this is supposed to expand the color option why would you not have this turned on all the time. I have read alittle on this feature and it would only come into play if the source your watching has this process encoded. I am not sure this is true . Samsung states this is being processed in the LCD with the label WIDE COLOR. anyone else have any ideas.

It's greyed out so they can't change it. I believe because their source device is RGB. Mine is greyed out as well.
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I have the UN46B7100. here are my settings.


General Settings
Mode: Movie
Backlight: 4-5
Contrast: 89
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 20
Color: 47
Ting: G47/R53

Advanced Settings:
Black Tone: Off
Dynamic Contrast: Low
Gamma: 0
Color Space: Auto
White Balance: Untouched
Fleshtone: 0
Edge Enhancement: Off
xvYCC: off (Greyed Out)

Picture Options:
Color Tone: Warm2
Size: 16:9
Digital NR: Off
HDMI Black Level: Low
Film Mode: Auto2
Blue Only Mode: Off
Auto Motion Plus: Custom: Blur 10/Judder 6

let me know your thoughts.
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awesome, ive been looking for a proper thread like this, beats twaling thru all the millions of other posts. Thanks.
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I have the UN46B7100. here are my settings.


General Settings
Mode: Movie
Backlight: 4-5
Contrast: 89
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 20
Color: 47
Ting: G47/R53

Advanced Settings:
Black Tone: Off
Dynamic Contrast: Low
Gamma: 0
Color Space: Auto
White Balance: Untouched
Fleshtone: 0
Edge Enhancement: Off
xvYCC: off (Greyed Out)

Picture Options:
Color Tone: Warm2
Size: 16:9
Digital NR: Off
HDMI Black Level: Low
Film Mode: Auto2
Blue Only Mode: Off
Auto Motion Plus: Custom: Blur 10/Judder 6

let me know your thoughts.

ibis I think I remember when you turn on edge enhancement this will allow your to turn on xvYCC . if someone is at home they can check this now and tell us.. or I will log on later and update this page and the other that ask about xvYCC.
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xvYCC will be grayed out if the source device does not support it.

Back off man, I'm a scientist.
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mine is never grayed out. Should I put it on or off?

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I suggest leaving it off, there is no content encoded with xvYCC support.

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is only available in MOVIE mode. and will be changeable to on or off.

sharkcohen you may want to do more reading or tweaking before you make statements. 1st most of the new HD camcorders have this option available as listed on sonys website. second , BLUray may or may not have this encoded currently, the last article that was on the HD news stated that some have it but most are not listing this as a feature and recommend leaving it on. if it is encoded it will have better colors and if not , then it will only show the sRBG colors. either way you will get the best pics ,probably why they only allow it be changed in MOVIE MODE. this can be used even on normal DVD but it was not an industry wide standard.

2nd I would recommend turning it ON.
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I suggest leaving it off, there is no content encoded with xvYCC support.

Sharkcohen I am not picking on you and I am open to all ideas but this is an owner calibration thread I didnt see where you purchased or stated that you have this TV . it would be hard for me to trust your statements on calibration if your not actually viewing this LCD model.
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now my current settings for Movie mode and then standard. this is an on going process. realize I use standard for DTV usually Daylight or lights on . Movie mode for DVD and light are down usually

Mode Movie
backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 25
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space auto
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC on

picture options
color warm2
size 16:9
Digital NR off
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 5

energy saving to either LOW or Auto this will darken the entire screen some.

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Mode standard

backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 60
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space Native
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC greyed out

picture options
color normal
size 16:9
Digital NR low
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 6

see what you think. I dont have much in the way of reflective light on the TV set.
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now my current settings for Movie mode and then standard. this is an on going process. realize I use standard for DTV usually Daylight or lights on . Movie mode for DVD and light are down usually

Mode Movie
backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 25
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space auto
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC on

picture options
color warm2
size 16:9
Digital NR off
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 5

energy saving to either LOW or Auto this will darken the entire screen some.

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Mode standard

backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 60
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space Native
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC greyed out

picture options
color normal
size 16:9
Digital NR low
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 6

see what you think. I dont have much in the way of reflective light on the TV set.

Trying your movie settings right now to watch WAR until Fringe come on. I like them. My HDMI is not greyed out so I had to leave it in Low. Also my
xvYCC is still greyed out. Here is what the manual says.

xvYCC → Off / On
Setting the xvYCC mode to on increases detail and color space when watching movies from an external device (ie. DVD player)
connected to the HDMI or Component IN jacks.
xvYCC is available when the picture mode is set to Movie, and the external input is set to HDMI or Component mode

I looked thru my setting and can not find a place to set external input, not sure where this would be. I also found out when I start my Xbox 360 then xvYCC is avaliable but not when I use my PS3. Something to post in the owners thread for later I guess.

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Sharkcohen I am not picking on you and I am open to all ideas but this is an owner calibration thread I didnt see where you purchased or stated that you have this TV . it would be hard for me to trust your statements on calibration if your not actually viewing this LCD model.

I have a 2008 Samsung model, the features/settings are very much the same. I don't think I have to own a Luxia to assist people with general Samsung LCD questions. I do know what I'm talking about, but you're more than welcome to dismiss my comments.

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Pclark24 quote"""""""Trying your movie settings right now to watch WAR until Fringe come on. I like them. My HDMI is not greyed out so I had to leave it in Low. Also my
xvYCC is still greyed out. Here is what the manual says.

xvYCC → Off / On
Setting the xvYCC mode to on increases detail and color space when watching movies from an external device (ie. DVD player)
connected to the HDMI or Component IN jacks.
xvYCC is available when the picture mode is set to Movie, and the external input is set to HDMI or Component mode""



I looked thru my setting and can not find a place to set external input, not sure where this would be. I also found out when I start my Xbox 360 then xvYCC is avaliable but not when I use my PS3. Something to post in the owners thread for later I guess. """""""""" quote


are you using HDMI to connect both the Xbox and the PS3. I have my DTV HD receiver connected with HDMI. I will look at my PS3 here in a few minutes to see if in movie mode I can still access the xvYYC option .It would seem strange that the PS3 would not have this option since sony invented the xvYCC standard. just make sure all your connections are HDMI or Componet input.
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Just looked at the PS3 spec page and it listed the PS3 has HDMI 1.3 support and Deep color / xvYCC support as well.
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Just looked at the PS3 spec page and it listed the PS3 has HDMI 1.3 support and Deep color / xvYCC support as well.

Yep HDMI from all three to the Sony sound bar then one HDMI out of the sound bar into HDMI1/DVI on the TV. Maybe my cable from the PS3 is not HDMI 1.3. I will switch them around tomorrow and go thru the PS3 setting again.

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Yep HDMI from all three to the Sony sound bar then one HDMI out of the sound bar into HDMI1/DVI on the TV. Maybe my cable from the PS3 is not HDMI 1.3. I will switch them around tomorrow and go thru the PS3 setting again.

Thanks.

just for grins you may want to hook up the PS3 directly to the TV and see if this changes your options. I run my optical sound out to the HT processor for sound.
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ok for a few more tweaks I did notice skin colors did seem to be more life like if you put the color space on Native when in movie mode. watching the DVD Pirates of the caribbean. you may also get the same results with some color adjustment but seemed quicker just changing this feature.
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FWIW, I find the CNET settings significantly off on my 6000 based on my experience with "proper calibration." They produce a notaby washed out pciture. The gamma at +3 is certianly one "culprit."

I also like the Native color space setting thus far, though Warm2 seems to be the more popular baseline....

I've used AVIA on other monitors (and this one) but my DVD-player has no hdmi output, so that "same" settings look very different via my hdmi cable box (I think because of the HDMI balck level setting). I haven't quite figured out how to make them correspond....
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FWIW, I find the CNET settings significantly off on my 6000 based on my experience with "proper calibration." They produce a notaby washed out pciture. The gamma at +3 is certianly one "culprit."

I also like the Native color space setting thus far, though Warm2 seems to be the more popular baseline....

I've used AVIA on other monitors (and this one) but my DVD-player has no hdmi output, so that "same" settings look very different via my hdmi cable box (I think because of the HDMI balck level setting). I haven't quite figured out how to make them correspond....

You can try putting the backlight at 4 and change the gamma back to 0.Everything else i left the same.Didnt look washed after that,Great picture.Havent changed it since.Or you may have to get used to watching movies on warm2.Give your eyes time to adjust.

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you shouldn't have xvYCC on for calibration. Go measure it and you will see why. Your gamut won't be large but small due to both sides not synchronized.

for xvYCC to work properly, you have to have a source content and source player and display TV to sync together with xvYCC on both sides.

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still hard to say on color mode Native vs warm2 both look good , I bet if you tweak the color option under the setting in general you will get a similar look with either one. still playing with the backlight level. seems one channel looks great anothers signal is to bright. I wish DirecTV would make all channels HD. this TV pops on the HD stuff.
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Has anyone played with their white balance section. can you adjust this on a white screen or do you need a blue screen adjustment. My whites seem white to me.
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still hard to say on color mode Native vs warm2 both look good , I bet if you tweak the color option under the setting in general you will get a similar look with either one. still playing with the backlight level. seems one channel looks great anothers signal is to bright. I wish DirecTV would make all channels HD. this TV pops on the HD stuff.

I tried native for a while but I went back to warm2. The only thing I am changing from your settings is adjusting the backlight since I have a bright room. I am also playing with AMP a lot trying to figure out just where I want it. I am on Comcast and most of my HD channels are excellent. Some better than others. On FOX HD for some reason the actors looks like they have very porous skin almost grainy. Maybe they have crappy makeup artist. I flip over the CBS and they look great.

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Has anyone played with their white balance section. can you adjust this on a white screen or do you need a blue screen adjustment. My whites seem white to me.

I tried the white setting from CNET with their recommended setting and with your setting and I can never get it right so I am leaving them at default for now.
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now my current settings for Movie mode and then standard. this is an on going process. realize I use standard for DTV usually Daylight or lights on . Movie mode for DVD and light are down usually

Mode Movie
backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 25
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space auto
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC on

picture options
color warm2
size 16:9
Digital NR off
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 5

energy saving to either LOW or Auto this will darken the entire screen some.

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Mode standard

backlight 5
contrast 90
brightness 50
sharpness 60
color 50
tint G50/R50

advance
black tone off
dynamic contrast low
gamma +1
color space Native
white balance no change
flesh tone 0
edge enhancement on
xvYCC greyed out

picture options
color normal
size 16:9
Digital NR low
HDMI grey out
flim mode off for now , I havent had time to DVD in both modes to see enough difference. I wish I had time to watch movies all day
blue mode off
auto motion custom blur 10 judder 6

see what you think. I dont have much in the way of reflective light on the TV set.

Thanks for the settings. I have the UN46B6000 and the picture looks so real, my cat has been staring at the tv eversince.
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