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Martin40 02-10-2014 06:55 AM

Hello, 

just need a quick advice, on my one month old Sony KDL-65W850A ,

seems to me , that i can't calibrate this Tv , colours are blurry, theres no perfect face detail, sports, blurry... currently my settings are:

backlight 9

picture 90

brightness 55

color 65

hue 0

color temperature neutral

sharpness 60

reality creation manual

video area detection off

resolution 75

smooth gradation medium

motion flow true cinema

ciné motion auto

 

advanced settings:

black corrector medium

adv contrast medium

gamma 0

led dynamic control standard

auto light limiter off

clear white off

live colour low

detail enhancer medium

skin naturalizer off

 

 

 

scene select currently on sports

 

thank for the advice


Battle 02-10-2014 09:55 AM

I would reset everything and start over. Take a look at standard and cinema. Try turning off all the processing except motion flow, cine motion and led dynamic control. Try a lower color temperature of warm1 or warm 2; give it a few days to get used to the warmer colors. If all else fails I purchased the Disney WOW calibration disk; if nothing else its easy to play with and solved my A/V sync problem.

Brundy 02-13-2014 08:28 PM

I know where you are coming from. I have finally fixed all issues I was having with these settings.

Movies and TV
Scene selection - general
Picture mode standard
Backlight 6
Picture 90
Brightness- 51
Colour - 60
Colour temp- warm 1
Sharpness 70
Noise reduction- off
MPEG noise reduction - off
Dot noise reduction - off
Reality creation - auto
Video area detection - off
Smooth graduation - off
Motion flow - off
Cinemotion - auto
Black corrector - off
Adv contrast enhancer - off
Gamma - 0
Led dynamic control low
Auto light limiter - off
Clear white - off
Live colour - off
Detail enhancer - off
Edge enhancer - off
Skin naturalizer - off
Screen settings
Wide mode full
Auto mode - off
Auto display area - off
Display area - full pixel
Eco light sensor - off

Sports

Scene selection - general
Picture mode- custom
Backlight- max
Picture- max
Backlight- 8
Brightness- 51
Colour- 60
Colour temp- warm 1
Sharpness- 65
Noise reduction- low
MPEG noise reduction- low
Dot noise reduction- low
Reality creation- auto
Video area detection- off
Smooth graduation- low
Motion flow- smooth
Cinemotion - auto
Black corrector- medium
Adv contrast enhancer - medium
Gamma - +1
Led dynamic control- low
Auto light limiter - off
Clear white- off
Live colour- low
Detail enhancer - off
Edge enhancer - off
Skin naturalizer - off
Screen settings
Wide mode full
Auto mode - off
Auto display area- off
Display area- full pixel
Eco light sensor - off

bodean 07-04-2014 02:20 PM

What do you think was the cause of the bluriness with your picture?

larroldtwins 07-04-2014 05:31 PM

well done,Try a lower color temperature of warm1 or warm 2; give it a few days to get used to the warmer colors. If all else fails I purchased the Disney WOW calibration disk;[IMG]http://*******/Xv1t7N[/IMG] if nothing else its easy to play with and solved my A/V sync problem.thank you


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