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post #481 of 488 Old 04-30-2014, 01:44 PM
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I have noticed it from time to time as well. I think its just a fault of the tv. You may be able to minimize it with settings but I doubt it will ever stop completely.

Yea, i had a feeling i would just have to deal with some of it but if i can at least reduce it that would be acceptable.  I just don't know what settings I should mess around with.  any ideas?

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Yea, i had a feeling i would just have to deal with some of it but if i can at least reduce it that would be acceptable.  I just don't know what settings I should mess around with.  any ideas?
I calibrated mine with the Disney WOW disc and my settings are similar to many here. Someones in particular was very close but I cant remember who now.

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Curiousity question.

I just moved; unplugged everything hooked up to my UN656001FXZA, moved it to the new location, and plugged it all back in (it was unplugged for maybe a day). For some reason the picture/calibration settings must have reset b/c they changed. I am not sure if they are back at the factory settings it started with b/c I don't remember those, I just know they weren't at what I had changed them to and had been using for the last 6 months before this move (luckily I saved these in an excel spreadsheet so I could switch them back easily after this).

I am mainly curious why this happened; no one was around to change them but me so it wasn't done manually. Does anyone know, does unplugging the power cord from the back of this unit for an extended amount of time reset the picture settings? I am using the same HDMI inputs, don't know what else it may have been.
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Hey all new poster here but I've been reading around here for a while. I'm still kind of a newbie to this so please excuse my ignorance and probably poor description of my issue here.
I bought this TV last year like many did but I never really used It since I was single,and it was in my living room. But the other night I watched my first movie on it. Sinister with Ethan Hawke. If you have seen this movie you know about half of the scenes are at night and it's pretty dark. I noticed I'm getting a lot of blocky patches in the dark scenes where it almost looks like the tv can't decide how dark it wants that part of the screen to be. I scanned around some of the many pages of this thread and even put in some of the calibration settings and set the black to darkest. But none of this has helped fix the issue. What is the proper term for the issue I'm experiencing and has anyone else had this issue? Was it fixable? Thanks in advance
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I think what you describe is "crushed blacks". I don't remember what you do to fix it, but if copying some settings that others with your TV have used you could go to a "calibration" forum and ask how to fix that.

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Thanks newt. I'll do some searching around for that term and look further into calibration. I just got the Disney WOW blu ray that I plan on playing around with too. Idk how much it will help but certainly worth a shot.
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Thanks newt. I'll do some searching around for that term and look further into calibration. I just got the Disney WOW blu ray that I plan on playing around with too. Idk how much it will help but certainly worth a shot.
I think that Disney WOW disc is a good thing for 10 point "greyscale" calibration which could help with blacks. That's the one with 10, 20, 30, 40 etc. It's not adjustable in all picture settings, but it is in Movie on all sets and Standard on mine.

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I think that Disney WOW disc is a good thing for 10 point "greyscale" calibration which could help with blacks. That's the one with 10, 20, 30, 40 etc. It's not adjustable in all picture settings, but it is in Movie on all sets and Standard on mine.
Not all sets. The 6001 has no grayscale adjustment in any mode.
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