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Hi,
Just got the UN55EH6000FXZA was trying to figure out about the calibration settings for the set, Before I take it back do like the picture but, not enjoying the settings I see was checking to find out If anyone happen to have one and knew what would work. Thanks for the help.
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Hi,
Just got the UN55EH6000FXZA was trying to figure out about the calibration settings for the set, Before I take it back do like the picture but, not enjoying the settings I see was checking to find out If anyone happen to have one and knew what would work. Thanks for the help.

If you are asking for calibration settings then you either need to go to the appropriate group for your tv or take you question to the Display Calibration group. Keep in mind that sharing calibration settings is frowned upon because spec tolerances vary from tv to tv and what looks good on one set, might look like crap on another set even within the same model. You are best off to get a calibration disk such as the free AVS HD709 disk or a commercial one like WoW, Spears and Munsil, DVE, etc and set your basics (contrast, brightness, aspect, sharpness, color, etc). This is not calibrating your set but can improve your pq considerably depending on how far off you think it is. Your viewing environment also plays a big part in how well your tv looks after adjustments which is another reason why sharing settings doesn't always work.
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