Originally Posted by rajivr
Thanks Aaron and Fegam for your detailed explanation. I have been watching neutral on Sony for 10 years, so warm2 is too drastic of a change, however I am gonna give Warm1 a decent run and see how I like it.
Is white balance adjustment as simple as holding a white paper in front of the TV and trying to match it with a white screen?
Aaron, what are your white balance settings for warm2?
White balance settings will vary set to set so be careful.
Picture Cinema 1 night, cinema 2 day.
Backlight: 4 (night) 8 (day)
Brightness: 49 (night) 55 (day)
Color temperature: Warm 2
Sharpness : 20 (blu ray) 50 (cable)
Noise reduction :Off
Dot noise reduction: Off
Reality Creation: Off
Smooth gradation: Low
Motionflow: Off/Clear (i had motion flow off for a while but it is probably better on)
Film mode : Auto 1 (in the Uk this adds cadence detection without adding the soap opera effect, may vary in the US)
Black corrector : Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Off (on raises black levels ie makes them lighter)
LED Dynamic Control: Standard
Auto Light Limiter: Off
Clear White: Off
Live Color: Off
Detail Enhancer: Off
Edge enhancer: Off
R Gain: -2
G Gain: 0 (my set started off with a green tint that eventually went on it's own, not sure why)
B Gain: -8
R Bias: 0
G Bias: 0
B Bias: 0
Eco: Off (as has been said, light sensor is far to aggressive and takes far to much brightness out of the screen to be useful.)