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Just bought one of these. Anyone have good calibration settings for a bright room and a viewer who watches lots of sports? Thanks!
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Just bought one of these. Anyone have good calibration settings for a bright room and a viewer who watches lots of sports? Thanks!

Use the search. There are tons of threads and post on this set. Most get annoyed when someone doesn't take the time to do a simple search.
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Didn't mean to come across as lazy. I did skim through the 117 page post for info and nothing really jumped out at me. I think the cnet calibration settings were for a dark room.

I am very impressed so far with the tv, factory std setting aren't too bad. I was thinking about tweaking my user picture setting to create a good all around picture setting for blue ray and hd cable.

If anyone has any guidance for a bright sunny room with a wall of windows facing south, it would be appreciated!
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If you like the CNET settings. Use them. When adjusting to bright room. Just change the backlight to a higher value. It's exactly what I did and I love it.
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The cnet settings seems good for night viewing. The thing that is odd to me is when comparing standard vs movie (cnet settings) the backlight and brightness are higher on the cnet settings than the std setting yet the picture is substantially dimmer. Why is this?

I actually like the std setting for day viewing, colors are great. If I could change one thing would be to somehow give skin tones a little better complexion. It isn't terrible but seems maybe a little pale. Any suggestions?

Overall, I am very pleased.
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Instead of raising brightness for day viewing, raise gamma one click. Will make a big difference. Then lower it back for night viewing. CNET backlight is way too high. I have my 735 set at -4 for both day and night, and raise gamma instead for day viewing. At night gamma is set at 0 and during day +1. If a really bright room raise it to 2. Raising backlighting too much will expose clouding issues.

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You shouldn't have to worry about cloud right room but your option works as well.
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