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post #3961 of 3968 Old 07-24-2014, 05:27 PM
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My imagination maybe but things seem a little snappier going through menus and stuff. Went from .03 to .07 so tweren't much.
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My imagination maybe but things seem a little snappier going through menus and stuff. Went from .03 to .07 so tweren't much.

I think I'm seeing that too; transitions from page to page--quick apps to inputs, to settings and SmartTV stuff--may be a wee bit faster.
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Hi guys, don't ya'll think they made a mistake about the 50 sharpness in the flatpanelhd review?



acklight 47
Contrast 85
Brightness: 50
V/H Sharpness: 50
Tint 0
Dynamic Contrast Off
Super Resolution Off
Colour Gamut Standard
Edge enhancer Off
Color Filter Off
Noise reduction Off
Mpeg noise reduction Off
Black level Low
LED local dimming Off
TruMotion Off
Color temperature Warm
Gamma 2.2
RGB Method 2 point
R high -6
G high -11
B high 18
R low -1
G low

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.p...&id=1333359799
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Hi guys, don't ya'll think they made a mistake about the 50 sharpness in the flatpanelhd review?

Yes. I think that should be zero, or off.
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Yes. I think that should be zero, or off.
Thanks, I thought so too, how about this part where it says RGB were switched?

Note: The Eco option is set to On/Off in the table because it depends on your preferences. Eco is the automatic brightness adjuster that adjusts brightness according to the surroundings. It is a practical setting if you watch TV during both daytime and nighttime but if you have a home cinema with controlled lighting, I suggest that you leave it off.
Also, the RGB high and low settings were switched around on our LM7600 sample. Check to see if they are on your TV as well.
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Thanks, I thought so too, how about this part where it says RGB were switched?

Note: The Eco option is set to On/Off in the table because it depends on your preferences. Eco is the automatic brightness adjuster that adjusts brightness according to the surroundings. It is a practical setting if you watch TV during both daytime and nighttime but if you have a home cinema with controlled lighting, I suggest that you leave it off.
Also, the RGB high and low settings were switched around on our LM7600 sample. Check to see if they are on your TV as well.

Not sure whether they mean the settings were mislabeled, performing a different function than listed...or if they were displayed in the wrong order, etc. As for layout, my LM7600 is as flatpanels depicts.

Another recommended, more detailed calibration from CNET (the main review page is available in the link at the top of the page):

http://forums.cnet.com/7723-19410_10...;threadListing
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Where the heck is this "ECO" setting? Could they really mean maybe EBU from the color gamut?
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Where the heck is this "ECO" setting? Could they really mean maybe EBU from the color gamut?

It refers to the Energy Saving setting, which is under: Settings, Picture Menu, and appears as "Energy Saving."
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