Originally Posted by WaveBoy
Originally Posted by archer75
99% of people don't know or care about gamma. And at the price it's a helluva value.
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I'd imagine at 1.9, the picture will have a bit of a washed out lighter look going on...What a bone headed decision not making it 2.2
Who sets the bloody default gamma to 1.9? jesus. I'm not wasting money on calibration tools, not to mention i'm guessing you need to be skilled in this area in order to even get it to around 2.2
You keep going on and on about Gamma. Now, washed out look. Gamma isn't important for the Vizio's. These are very bright tv's. I'm running mine at about 50% possible backlight, and brightness, and it's still very bright, and there is plenty of head room to get brighter. I don't know why you want to look into the sun while watching tv so bad, but the rest of us take our sunglasses off while watching tv.
You've been told by many of us, that you don't have anything to worry about, when it comes to brightness on these tv's. Also, the color is fine as well. The 60" is a snap to setup for picture. There are plenty of people that have posted settings for the other models.
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