Originally Posted by Gitaroo
so friend got the w600b, everything looks good so far, but anyone know what is the setting for 0% overscan? wide mode> full?
home>settings>screen> in screen menu set 1:1 pixel (full pixel) auto display and 4:3 default off and auto wide on
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start here see how you like it (see below) ..................should present most accurate colors and provide depth
Just put set in Cinema mode + neut color + max out back light and contrast (picture )
+ turn on cine mode auto, Cinema mode takes care of color management for you disables cp. you don't need.brings gamma into line and gives best picture also .
Make sure any ECO power saving (ECO menu ) auto brightness/back light etc (everything in there ) if present is off .
in screen menu set 1:1 pixel (full pixel) auto display and 4:3 default off and auto wide on
note : start out with color and brightness about 53- 55 or so and adjust to preference but not so high as to over saturate the color, cause blooming or make the blacks grey. (small adjustments here are good big ones are not . )
60 would probably be the maximum color and brightness levels in daylight.
Lastly download and use Sony color blind test
to fine tune brightness and color saturation (use the red and blue videos)
It's very clever and works very well!