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Just noticed something on my new tv.......It dont have the Vudu streaming app!!!! Whats the deal on that? Their new Blu ray players have but not a new 2012 model like the HX750? Come on Sony include it for gods sake! lol
I wouldn't worry too much there. My 2010 Sony BluRay theater system gets new apps updated on it all the time. I'd expect VuDu to arrive on these TV sets shortly smile.gif
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I wouldn't worry too much there. My 2010 Sony BluRay theater system gets new apps updated on it all the time. I'd expect VuDu to arrive on these TV sets shortly smile.gif


Sure hope so Gator because Vudu is one of my favorite streaming sites.
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These are the settings I am using on my 46HX750 and they really seem to fit my tv well. If anyone wants to give them a try on their tv here they are. I used them because I trust the CalMAN settings, It did wonders for my old Bravia 46V5100 as far PQ and black levels are concerned.


Software used for calibration: Spectracal CalMAN Pro V4.6.3
Source Generator: Sencore VP403
Meter: Sencore OTC1000
Reference Metere: i1Pro


Picture Adjustments:
Picture Mode Custom
Backlight: +5
Picture Mode: MAX
Brightness: +51
Color: +55
Hue: G1
Color Temperature: Warm2
Sharpness: +10
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Dot Noise Reduction: Off
MotionFlow Reduction: Off
CineMotion Reduction: Off
Screen Adjustment
Setting Memory: Current Input
Wide Mode: Off
Auto Wide: Off
4:3 Default: Off
Auto Display Area: Off
Display Area: Full Pixel
Screen Position:
Vertical Size: 0
White Balance:
R-Gain 0
G-Gain: 0
B-Gain: 0
B-Gain: 0
R-Bias: -1
G-Bias: 0
B-Bias: 0

Advance Settings
Black Corrector: Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Off
Gamma: Off
Auto Light Limiter: Off
Clear White: Off
Live Color: Off
White Balance: Off
Detail Enhancer: Off
Edge Enhancer: Off
Skin Naturalizer: Off
i/p conversion Preference: Quality

Measured Contrast (with OTC1000)
100 IRE (Y): 57.0157
0 IRE (Y) 0.023
RATIO (x:1) 24789.9435
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These are the settings I am using on my 46HX750 and they really seem to fit my tv well. If anyone wants to give them a try on their tv here they are. I used them because I trust the CalMAN settings, It did wonders for my old Bravia 46V5100 as far PQ and black levels are concerned.
Software used for calibration: Spectracal CalMAN Pro V4.6.3
Source Generator: Sencore VP403
Meter: Sencore OTC1000
Reference Metere: i1Pro
Picture Adjustments:
Picture Mode Custom
Backlight: +5
Picture Mode: MAX
Brightness: +51
Color: +55
Hue: G1
Color Temperature: Warm2
Sharpness: +10
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Dot Noise Reduction: Off
MotionFlow Reduction: Off
CineMotion Reduction: Off
Screen Adjustment
Setting Memory: Current Input
Wide Mode: Off
Auto Wide: Off
4:3 Default: Off
Auto Display Area: Off
Display Area: Full Pixel
Screen Position:
Vertical Size: 0
White Balance:
R-Gain 0
G-Gain: 0
B-Gain: 0
B-Gain: 0
R-Bias: -1
G-Bias: 0
B-Bias: 0
Advance Settings
Black Corrector: Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Off
Gamma: Off
Auto Light Limiter: Off
Clear White: Off
Live Color: Off
White Balance: Off
Detail Enhancer: Off
Edge Enhancer: Off
Skin Naturalizer: Off
i/p conversion Preference: Quality
Measured Contrast (with OTC1000)
100 IRE (Y): 57.0157
0 IRE (Y) 0.023
RATIO (x:1) 24789.9435

Seems legit. I'll give these a try tonight, thanks!
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gator.....Let me know what you think of the settings because I am on the fence between these settings and Cnets.
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No one can comment on 720p/1080p mpgs over DLNA?
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gator.....Let me know what you think of the settings because I am on the fence between these settings and Cnets.

Politely I interject, visual settings are dependent upon room factors and your own visual preferences. With that said I have used CNET's settings. Our settings are a mixture of recommendations and our own.

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gator.....Let me know what you think of the settings because I am on the fence between these settings and Cnets.

Yeah I used CNETs setting and they were decent, but for my dark cave of a living room they were just too bland. I like a little pop in my picture, and I may even adjust your recommended settings in the area of "warm 2" and switch it to a "warm 1". I will report back once I have them in place.
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gator, how's your new screen...? Any problems or everything fine?

Just asking because I'll be visited by a Sony technician and a new panel on monday...


Regarding the settings:

I'm using Warm 1. I absolutely CAN'T bear with Warm 2. Everything's just to... brown when using it.
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Hey guys heres a question for you.........Do you guys have your HX750's mounted or did you guys use the supplied tv stands?
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Hey guys heres a question for you.........Do you guys have your HX750's mounted or did you guys use the supplied tv stands?

The supplied stand.

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Hey guys heres a question for you.........Do you guys have your HX750's mounted or did you guys use the supplied tv stands?

mine is mounted about 3 feet off the ground on the wall, just at eye level from our couch seating
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gator, how's your new screen...? Any problems or everything fine?
Just asking because I'll be visited by a Sony technician and a new panel on monday...
Regarding the settings:
I'm using Warm 1. I absolutely CAN'T bear with Warm 2. Everything's just to... brown when using it.

screen looks good! no bright bar of white light shining down from the middle of the screen at all! Good luck to you!
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screen looks good! no bright bar of white light shining down from the middle of the screen at all! Good luck to you!

Hey Gator how does those settings work for you? Have you tried them yet?
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Hey Gator how does those settings work for you? Have you tried them yet?

They were ok, I realized they weren't that far off from the default "Custom" setting, aside from minor tweaks to R-Bias and Hue. The Warm 2 just doesn't do it for me, and Warm 1 throws those settings all the way off.

I tend to stick with the default "Standard" settings with Warm 1 and just leave it at that. I'm sure its not the most balanced by far, but after 2 of these sets and endless setting adjustments I may just be over looking for the right one to settle on more than anything else haha
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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.
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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.

Ah, so you are running your internet thru ethernet? Yeah I am only running wireless, and I fear that may be part of my issue. It's weird, some things like software updates and the browser work flawlessly everytime on my set, but the Apps are hit or miss everytime. But like I said before, nothing else that uses the WiFi in my house suffers _any_ issues whatsoever. So who knows.... at least I have 2 more years on my warranty!
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Ah, so you are running your internet thru ethernet? Yeah I am only running wireless, and I fear that may be part of my issue. It's weird, some things like software updates and the browser work flawlessly everytime on my set, but the Apps are hit or miss everytime. But like I said before, nothing else that uses the WiFi in my house suffers _any_ issues whatsoever. So who knows.... at least I have 2 more years on my warranty!


Nope gator I use wireless as well and I have no issues. The only issues I experience is with my Sony BDP S570. The apps on that dont load at times. But so far no problems with my tv.
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Tried's Steve settings last night, and happy overall, except I found it a bit green tinted. Could just be my panel though. Your sharpness is definitely a lot lower than CNET! I'm not sure what impact that has.
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lucidream the impact has hardley any effect at all. As a matter of fact they say not ot have "sharpness" on your tv very high to begin with but its what looks good to your eyes. And if your screen looks or has a green tinge to it because of the settings try and lower the G-Bias a little. That my help because I highly doubt its your panel. The HX750 in my book is one of Sony's very best for 2012. Mine still blows me away every time I turn it on and I dont regret buying it on single bit, in fact I feel its one of the BEST investments I have yet made in an HDTV. I love its looks and bad ass PQ not to mention the internet capabilities this tv gives me. Plus with 3D thats just icing on the cake. Now that I have the tv I have always wanted its time to upgrade the AV reciever and possibley the Blu ray player. I have the excellent Sony BDP S570 Blu ray player but I might upgrade to the S590, still havent made up my mind on that yet. On that note my fiance and I just fixed up our HT settup and man its bad ass.....at least to me. I'll be posting pics of it soon.
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To make matters short:

Two Sony support guys visited me today. They looked at the faults (banding and white spot), told me that they can't guarentee that the next panel won't have the same issues and then started dismantling my TV. One guy was nearly done with pulling all the screws when the other one unpacked the new panel. Out of a perfectly fine carton. But it was visibly bent anyway. eek.gif
So... they had no other choice than to reassemble my new TV, order a new panel and come back once it has arrived and they have time (according to them they are the only ones responsible for the entire state... with its 6 million inhabitants...). So I think I'll have to bear with my faulty TV for another month or so. frown.gif

But it clearly wasn't the support guys' fault! The carton looked as if it had come out of the factory five minutes ago. Yet the panel inside was distorted...
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To make matters short:
Two Sony support guys visited me today. They looked at the faults (banding and white spot), told me that they can't guarentee that the next panel won't have the same issues and then started dismantling my TV. The one guy was nearly done with pulling all the screws when the other one unpacked the new panel. Out of a perfectly fine carton. But it was visibly bent anyway. eek.gif
So... they had no other choice than to reassemble my new TV, order a new panel and come back once it has arrived and they have time (according to them they are the only ones responsible for the entire state... with its 6 million inhabitants...). So I think I'll have to bear with my faulty TV for another month or so. frown.gif
But it clearly wasn't the support guys' fault! The carton carton looked as if it had come out of the factory five minutes ago. Yet the panel inside was distorted...

Wow man, bumemr there. Hopefully that turn around is less than a month!
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Date of call: 9/11 (What the hell was I doing anyway? The 11th of every month is cursed...)
Date of (attempted) repair: 10/1

So hopefully I'll get the new panel in October's last week...
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Date of call: 9/11 (What the hell was I doing anyway? The 11th of every month is cursed...)
Date of (attempted) repair: 10/1
So hopefully I'll get the new panel in October's last week...

Yeah... come to think of it, that's about how long it took for my replacement from the date of my call.
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For anybody intertested Home Theater Magazine posted a review of the Sony 55HX850 along with the settings they used. Well I took those settings suggested by Tom Norton and applied them to my 46HX750 and they look very very good for the tv. I used them due to the fact that the HX850 and HX750 are almost identicle tv's with minor differences in features and look. Give them a try if your interested. That being said...............................Clancy I hope you get the tv issue worked out and it sucks big time you have to wait for Sony to deliever another panel. I can only imagin what I would do or be like in your situation but youre taking it better then I would thats for sure. Hope it all works out for you buddy.
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For anybody intertested Home Theater Magazine posted a review of the Sony 55HX850 along with the settings they used. Well I took those settings suggested by Tom Norton and applied them to my 46HX750 and they look very very good for the tv. I used them due to the fact that the HX850 and HX750 are almost identicle tv's with minor differences in features and look. Give them a try if your interested. That being said...............................Clancy I hope you get the tv issue worked out and it sucks big time you have to wait for Sony to deliever another panel. I can only imagin what I would do or be like in your situation but youre taking it better then I would thats for sure. Hope it all works out for you buddy.

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Or the settings list at least? I am quite curious to see what they went with compared to CNET!
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Any thoughts on the claim in the Cnet review where they said the EX640 overall is actually better than the HX750?

The attributed it mostly to what they claimed was the EX640's better black-level performance. Are you guys happy with the black-levels on your HX750?
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It might be power of suggestion, but I kind of agree with it. The 750 doesn't seem to have great black levels. I had a 46EX640 that stopped turning on, and got a 46HX750 as a replacement because the 46EX640 is discontinued in Canada. The first thing that stood out to me is that the DLNA on the 640 has a thousand times more compatibility than the 750, but now I also have to kind of agree that the EX640 had better picture quality as well, namely deeper black levels. Too bad frown.gif I don't have a tv box though, so I definitely appreciate the built in tv guide on the 750. Haven't tried the 3d yet, since I don't have any glasses.
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Man, I just dont get the obsession over Warm 2! I cant do it! Aside from that, every other setting is a minute difference from CNETs and the other settings posted on here a few posts back. I would love to see some settings that take good advantage of Warm 1
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