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Here is the settings from CNET.
Picture Mode
Movie
Back Light
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Brightness
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Contrast
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Color
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Sharpness
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Color Temp
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Red Gain
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Green Gain
115
Blue Gain
130
Red Offset
129
Green Offset----130
Blue Offset
132
Advance Picture Sub Menu---All 9 t set to OFF.
Curious to see if anybody likes these settings.
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Not sure why those came out like they did but that's not the way I typed them. I'll try it this way
Picture Mode-Movie, Back Light-53, Brightness-50, Contrast-0, Sharpness-0, Color Temp-Normal, Red Gain-104, Green Gain-115, Blue Gain-130, Red Offset-129, Green Offset-130, Blue Offset-132, All 9 Advanced Picture sub menu settings-OFF.
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Contrast to 0??

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Contrast to 0??
Sorry. Contrast to 75.
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EscapeVelocity, in the CNET review they state that the Vizio is very good but the Sharp LE640 series gets a better picture. Mentioning better blacks and more color control as two reasons. Do they use different panels and if so is that the primary difference between the Vizo and Sharp panels?
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Sharp makes all their own panels in 52" and larger sizes. They also supply other mfgs. Vizio isn't realy a mfg, they are a marketing company that oustources all manufacturing.

Sharp 640 series sets have a lot more adjustment options in the user menu than Vizio for color management.

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Sharp makes all their own panels in 52" and larger sizes. They also supply other mfgs. Vizio isn't realy a mfg, they are a marketing company that oustources all manufacturing.
Sharp 640 series sets have a lot more adjustment options in the user menu than Vizio for color management.

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When you sign up for Amazon scheduled delivery between 9am and 12noon on Saturday you get excited to wake up early on the weekend and get ready for the new TV.

When you have waited for 5 and a half hours without a peep from the delivery company you get extremely bored and frustrated.

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I have to comment on these settings, I tried most of the ones being bandied about but found the picture to be a little hazy or muddied. I cranked sharpness up to 8 and it was a whole new world. Maybe it's personal preference but I like the picture to be crisp and sharp. YMMV but try it.

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Ok so I just went to Costco and looked at this tv and the picture was really washed out!! Is this due to the setting they had the tv at because I am having second thoughts about purchasing now. The pic just looked dull and washed out please help
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True, true, false, true.[/quote
I agree of course with your assessments here. Question though is the difference between the Sharp and Vizio panel. If you calibrate both panels will the increased PQ warrant the +300 price for the Sharp? Naturally this will just be your opinion but but from what I've seen so far it's a valued opinion.
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I have to comment on these settings, I tried most of the ones being bandied about but found the picture to be a little hazy or muddied. I cranked sharpness up to 8 and it was a whole new world. Maybe it's personal preference but I like the picture to be crisp and sharp. YMMV but try it.

Im not a fan of cranking up the Sharpness setting so high, maybe a little. But I do agree that when you actuallly calibrate a set either professionally or using one of the good calibration discs, the picture is a bit blah.

I suggest instead of cranking up the Sharpness so much, use the calibrated settings and then up the backlight a by 10 or so on a scale of 100 and then lower the Brightness setting (black levels) by a few notches, and then pop the Color saturation up a few notches. You might up the Contrast (whiteness level) a couple of notches (assuming 100 pt scales) This gives it a bit more punch to the picture

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Ok so I just went to Costco and looked at this tv and the picture was really washed out!! Is this due to the setting they had the tv at because I am having second thoughts about purchasing now. The pic just looked dull and washed out please help

Do what you like, but any set can be made to look washed out, without decent settings and calibration. Just looking at TVs set out for display cant tell you much, unless you fiddle about with the settings (and know what you are doing with regards to the settings). A good strategy is to write down the CNET settings and perhaps Kev4Bama's settings which others seem to like and then go to the store and request the remote to change the settings, then check it out. You can also change the settings from the unit side buttons but that can be quite an exercise.

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I agree of course with your assessments here. Question though is the difference between the Sharp and Vizio panel. If you calibrate both panels will the increased PQ warrant the +300 price for the Sharp? Naturally this will just be your opinion but but from what I've seen so far it's a valued opinion.

Vizio is using a Sharp panel but not the same one as in the 60C6400U/640U.

Advanced calibration tools like 10 point Color Management Systems and Gamma Controls are nice but not a necessity. You can get a decent setting with more basic controls. The different panels are more worthy of concerning yourself with, but not by much, they are both good panels.

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Sam's club member only club sale sunday 11/18 at night = $698
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Do what you like, but any set can be made to look washed out, without decent settings and calibration. Just looking at TVs set out for display cant tell you much, unless you fiddle about with the settings (and know what you are doing with regards to the settings). A good strategy is to write down the CNET settings and perhaps Kev4Bama's settings which others seem to like and then go to the store and request the remote to change the settings, then check it out. You can also change the settings from the unit side buttons but that can be quite an exercise.

One thing I like about Kev5Bama's settings is they set a pretty good foundation by establishing a good picture for the set in most lighting situations. From there, I have tweaked it a bit (raised the sharpness, saturated color a bit more) to get it just where I like it. I didn't much like the CNET settings. Seems a little dark to me overall. But I can see why those might work for others.

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Sam's club member only club sale sunday 11/18 at night = $698

Thanks for the heads up! Ill let my brother know.

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One thing I like about Kev5Bama's settings is they set a pretty good foundation by establishing a good picture for the set in most lighting situations. From there, I have tweaked it a bit (raised the sharpness, saturated color a bit more) to get it just where I like it. I didn't much like the CNET settings. Seems a little dark to me overall. But I can see why those might work for others.

Yeah, the CNET settings are likely calibrated settings, and I myself find calibrated settings leave something to be desired. I like a little more punch (as do most people).

FYI, there is some variation from set to set, calibration settings dont necessarily carry over from one set to the next, though they are useful as sets tend to deviate around a mean. But that is getting a bit anal, I suppose.

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Sam's club member only club sale sunday 11/18 at night = $698

Do you have a link for this deal? How did you find out about it?

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Could you be little more specific? Any Sams member can buy it at that night? Thanks!
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No, I understand that, but where did you see it advertised for that price? Was it on Sam's online or did you receive a flyer? We are Sam's Club members and I'd love to take advantage of this deal. Also, does anyone know if Costco price matches Sam's Clubs? I'd like to get it at Costco for the better warranty, but at that price I'd be happy to buy at Sam's.
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10 units per store, there'll be some serious elbowing going on, try to get pics! eek.gif

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Not sure why those came out like they did but that's not the way I typed them. I'll try it this way
Picture Mode-Movie, Back Light-53, Brightness-50, Contrast-0, Sharpness-0, Color Temp-Normal, Red Gain-104, Green Gain-115, Blue Gain-130, Red Offset-129, Green Offset-130, Blue Offset-132, All 9 Advanced Picture sub menu settings-OFF.

why is no one using any sharpness in their settings....this might have been the single biggest improvement over the cnet settings that i made....i put my tv on pause and put up my seetings and when i started to put in some sharpness the picture became soo clean and clear i couldnt believe how much of a difference it made....now, you can go to far, but i setteled on 5.....
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When you sign up for Amazon scheduled delivery between 9am and 12noon on Saturday you get excited to wake up early on the weekend and get ready for the new TV.
When you have waited for 5 and a half hours without a peep from the delivery company you get extremely bored and frustrated.
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Updates on estimated delivery time I got: none

Very annoying having to wait all day. I was about to leave for the evening right as the truck showed up. They got lucky, it's a 2 hour trip back to Baltimore. Why is the DC distrobution center all the way in Baltimore?! The truck driver told me his truck broke down in the morning and then he had a couple of customers that took an extremely long time. OK great, fine, but how about an update with an estimate so I can leave my house at some point during the day?

Then, the delivery guys were acting exhausted and complaining of the awful day they had. They made it sound like if they had to unbox and setup the set they would just die. So of course I told them no problem, I'll take care of it myself, have a nice day, drive back safe. It wasn't difficult to do but part of the Amazon "enhanced delivery" that was to be expected. And now of course I have to deal with this giant box!

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Vinnier. Because if you had a sharpness test pattern you would realize going above 6 just introduces noise and ringing to the already sharp image. I use a 6 on my OTA input and 4 on my HDMI/PS3 input. If that's what looks good to you then don't worry about what anyone else is doing, enjoy. smile.gif I didn't realize cnet used zero as their sharpness setting but, then again I didn't use any of their settings. I sort of went by the hints of the Home Theater Review and then used my Avia calibration disc. smile.gif
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Vinnier. Because if you had a sharpness test pattern you would realize going above 6 just introduces noise and ringing to the already sharp image. I use a 6 on my OTA input and 4 on my HDMI/PS3 input. If that's what looks good to you then don't worry about what anyone else is doing, enjoy. smile.gif I didn't realize cnet used zero as their sharpness setting but, then again I didn't use any of their settings. I sort of went by the hints of the Home Theater Review and then used my Avia calibration disc. smile.gif

thanks, do you mind putting up your settings so i can compare mine to yours....

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I read a post saying not to mount this over a fireplace. Would like abit more info on why this would be. Has anyone mounted this over fireplace and satisfied with the results? Thanks.
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I read a post saying not to mount this over a fireplace. Would like abit more info on why this would be. Has anyone mounted this over fireplace and satisfied with the results? Thanks.

i think the opinon is that its just to high for a good viewing angle.....
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