Dim on Streaming Services
So this might be a nit-picky thing, but has anyone else noticed that when you select a movie/TV show in either the Netflix or Amazon app, the video will darken to where you lose a lot of detail? Maybe someone could point me in the right direction.
I've got the "Calibrated" setting on for all of my inputs (haven't gotten into manually modifying; just got it yesterday and "Calibrated" is good enough for now). The TV saves that setting for me, which is great. When I open Netflix or Amazon, the menus all look correct. But when I select a video/TV show, the streaming video is much darker than it should be. I waited for at least 5 minutes and it never got lighter. The Auto Brightness Control is NOT on, so it's not trying to compensate for ambient light or anything.
However, if I switch the picture mode to "Standard" or "Calibrated Dark," or any other setting for a second and switch it back to "Calibrated," the picture is then clear, bright and detailed as it should be. (See pics) I'm stumped as to why it's doing this and I can't find anyone else online with the same problem. Do I have a setting wrong, or is this just a quirk of an otherwise good TV? It's a tad irritating to have to do this with everything I watch on the streaming services, but if it's a quirk, I can deal.