I just received my new Panny TC-L55WT50 from Amazon the other day. Upgraded from an old 2007 Vizio, and wow is the picture amazing! I just finished calibrating the video settings and I have a few questions:
1) Color Management (Off/On) - Enhances green and blue color reproduction, especially outdoor scenes. I've noticed it definitely makes the blues more...blue, but I'm not sure if it's needed since I've already balanced all the color settings. It's Off for now.
2) A.I. Picture (Off/On) - Enriches dark areas without affecting black level or brightness in the overall picture. It seems to just darken the overall picture while displaying a dark scene. What should I do with this?
3) C.A.T.S. (Off/On) - Adjusts brightness and gradation according to the room's ambient lighting condition. I calibrated my TV with the backlight set to 50/100, then turned this On and set the backlight to 100. Seems like the 0-90 range keeps the backlight as low as possible (I calibrated this morning while it was still cloudy/dark outside). Setting the backlight to 100 while this is On gives the picture a good overall brightness, at least in the current lighting conditions. What do you guys do?
I of course turned the Motion Picture Setting all the way off, 1080p Pure Direct (4:4:4) on, and the Black Level to Dark (only allows Light/Dark).
I do have a bit of edge light bleeding coming from a spot on the bottom, and the light isn't consistent across the top edge, but it's only noticeable while calibrating, or watching a 2.4:1 ratio movie with black bars.
Anyone else own this TV? What do you think of it?