Originally Posted by JPeffer12
I have the 65hu9000. I just copied the settings from cnet cause I figured that was a good starting point. They have the smart led set to standard. Ill post the link down below to their settings.
I believe those CNet settings are a pretty good starting point.
, I never recommend simply "copying" someone else's picture settings since every TV (even the same model), every individual pair of eyes, and every viewing environment is different. Settings that might work really well for one person on his TV might not look the same on your TV.
Additionally, many of the individual settings will be a matter of personal preference
. CNet, like many "expert" always recommend turning most of the "advanced" settings (e.g. "Dynamic Contrast", "Black Tone", etc. off). You might want to turn some of those on.
, that being said, another person's picture settings or calibration numbers can
be a good starting point. Then you can simply "tweak" the settings to your liking.
solution, as you know, is to have your TV professionally calibrated. You can also download a "calibration" DVD to help with adjusting the settings yourself.
For a "General Guide" and "Tips" on what each picture setting does and how to properly adjust it, click the "JS Series Picture Settings
" link in my signature below.
Although these are for the 2015 JS
Series TVs, most of the recommendations will still apply.