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Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota.
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Hey Gator I went back to the Cnet settings myself and I did some minor tweaking. After studying the PQ on some movie's, tv show's ect I found some things off and not looking right so like I said I went back to the Cnet setting's which werent that much different from the settings I originally posted. After some tweaking the Cnet setting's I use now look the way they should and bring out the best in my tv to my eye. I guess a professional calibration would be the only way to be sure but after getting my tv.. funds aint that great to have that done. I am going to get the much raved about Disney WOW Blu ray calibration disc to see what it does. But as long as it looks good to me thats all that matters in the end.......and my tv looks very good. That being said I unmounted my tv last night just useing the swivel stand that came with the tv and even though it doesnt sit as high it's eye level now. So I am a happy guy....I have an excellent performing tv and a good lookin entertainment setup, what more could a HT geek like me need? Oh and so far the enternet on my tv is still running smoothly.
Sony Bravia KDL-55W900A LED/3D TV.
Sony BDP S6200 3D Blu ray Player.
Sony 5.2-Channel 4K A/V HD Receiver - STRDH540.
Center Channel Speaker: Tivoli Signature Series.
Tower Speakers: Sony SS-MF315's.
Surrounds: Pioneer Satellite Speakers.