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Originally Posted by vddobrev
Brightnes 65 is way too high, leave at default 45 and don' mess with it.
Clouding - see above, brightnes is too high. Get a big household microfiber cloth and rub.
Blur - this could be program related, check a good blu ray.
Dropped frame - reduce judder reduction to 5 or less.
Thanks for your response.
I will get a big cloth for clouding fix then, and I will try reducing judder reduction to 5 to see if it helps with dropped frames.
Blur is visible in EVERY SINGLE thing - every game, every bluray, every dvd, every tv broadcast, it has nothing to do with the video source.
If I lower the brightness to under 60 everything is way too dark (at brightness 45 about 40% picture that should be visible is black) unless I turn on the dynamic contrast setting, but that completely destroys picture on bright areas. Any other settings you recommend to compensate for low brightness?
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