Originally Posted by jpdyson
Actually, don't. Because as soon as you do, people will plug them into their TV and expect perfect color, and when panel discrepancies result in WORSE color, they'll blame the set.
This is the bad advice that just won't die...
Put the settings up, and just make it very clear in the post that these settings may not work for you panel, because not every model is the exactly the same.
With Vizio, Take your current custom settings, and rename it to something else.
Then go to a factory picture mode, like Calibrate and enter the new settings from the forums. That mode will automatically be renamed to Custom #, after your done, you can rename this to something else, I called mine AVS Set.
Now, I chose a very nice hi res picture to display on the screen to see differences. Now, you can instantly switch back and forth between Your old settings, and the AVS forum settings, and see if you like the settings or not. It only takes about 10mins to enter all the settings in, and you saved your old settings, and new settings. So, you really have nothing to lose but a little time.
I own the E600i-b3, and someone calibrated their E600i-b3 and put the settings up, and I inputted those settings, and I'm very happy with them. But I also did this with the understanding that it could just be a waste of time. But I got lucky, and it worked out.
I see a lot of people saying that took the setting from Cnet and it didn't work for them. A lot of these people don't even own the same model, so, it's pretty much a given that they wouldn't work. Remember, you have to at least have the exact same model, or your probably really going to be wasting your time.