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post #1 of 8 Old 06-19-2014, 06:48 PM - Thread Starter
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Post Samsung UN65HU9000 - Calibrations

Has anybody had this set professionally calibrated? Anybody have good settings to share or reference?

Here are my settings:
Movie mode
Backlight 12
Contrast 95
Brightness 45
Color 52
Sharpness 22
Advanced Settings
Dynamic Contrast - medium
BT - Off
Color Space - Auto
White Balance - 10 point
10% RGB all 0
20% RGB all 0
30% R +21 G +21 B +25
40% R +35 G +35 B +35
50% R +24 G+24 B +38
60% R +18 G +18 B +30
70% R +5 G +6 B +12
80% R +3 G +5 B +10
90% RGB all 0
100% RGB all 0

Gamma -2

Picture Options
Color Tone - Standard
DCV off
MPEG off
HDMI Black low
Auto Motion Plus - Clear
Smart LED High
Cinema Black on
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Love the thread, can we add some calibrations for the 78 inch model also?
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My settings are controversial. Please don't note that.
I LIKE THE SOE.
The settings serve one purpose the super punchy 4k in store picture that made you buy this thing. I hope to post my calibration soon. Maybe.

These are some great daytime settings. I use them all the time.

Picture mode: Standard
Backlight: 18
Contrast: 97
Brightness: 46
Sharpness: 50
I believe we bought a 4k set. Don't turndown that beautiful detail. No need to. Promise. Keep going.
Color: 50
Tint g48/r52. Or 50/50.


Dynamic contrast - high for contrast that matches dynamic mode.
Medium for a detailed shadow.


Black tone - off
Flesh 0
Color space - native for aggressive color, (auto for natural colors)

White balance: I use the ones listed in the post above if Im in movie mode. Standard mode I use shipped settings.
Gamma:+2. Yes gamma is off on a meter. But it passes the eye test.
Motion lighting - off
Color tone - standard
Digital clean auto
MPEG noise filter auto
Uhd color off
Auto motion plus - custom
Blur reduction - 10
Judder reduction - 7
LED clear motion off
Smart LED - high
Cinema black - on

I updated my Gamma. Sorry I just love it @/+2. Man so much hate is coming my way. Just try them if you like a punchy great looking picture.
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need help with calibration for a Samsung 55" 120HZ Ultra HD 4K LED Television.
would like to try and get the best picture possible please. model:hu9000
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need help with calibration for a Samsung 55" 120HZ Ultra HD 4K LED Television.
would like to try and get the best picture possible please. model:hu9000
If you're serious about calibrating your tv then find a professional calibrator in your area who has experience with the HU9000. Borrowing some else's settings is not calibrating your tv. All you're doing is adjusting your tv to their tv without taking into consideration component tolerance differences, viewing environment, etc. Sometimes it works, quite often it's less that satisfactory. You can use a calibration disk like the free AVS HD709 disk or a commercial one like WoW, Spears & Munsil, etc. You still won't be calibrating your tv (for that you need a light meter and special software) but you will be adjusting it as best you can using rec.709 patterns. That may be all you need.
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New here - just got this tv last night and I am a little disappointed in the picture clarity I am getting from my Dish Network receiver.

Where would you find a professional to come calibrate your tv? I have never heard of that but I also live in a small town.
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New here - just got this tv last night and I am a little disappointed in the picture clarity I am getting from my Dish Network receiver.

Where would you find a professional to come calibrate your tv? I have never heard of that but I also live in a small town.
You may need to get into it yourself. YouTube has lots of good info.
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Hi,
my question is little different. online, i could see different models of Samsung UN65HU9000 like AU/CA model and USA model. which one is reliable? the AU/CA models are cheaper but is it good to buy? not a techie, so need some help.

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