I don't care for the cnet settings either. They have sharpness at 0 which makes the picture out of focus. When I used the test patterns I found a setting of 50 was correct.
Also cnet complained about too much red. Their settings make the picture even more red.
I used their settings for my previous E series and they were excellent.
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Last edited by archer75; 06-15-2014 at 07:13 AM.