Well, I just got my 55" this week and absolutely love it. Upgraded from a 10-year Samsung 40" LCD. Glad I did as this model is starting to get short on stock, the price went up since I ordered it, and it's now listed as "push to clear" (price ending in .95 on Best Buy Canada).
I haven't had much time to optimize the colours yet. Anyone have a good list of where each setting (brightness, contrast, colours) should be? I was annoyed by the light pillars and turned off local dimming. It's true that the blacks are now grayish but thankfully by screen has no signs of clouding or other banding when content is being displayed. Has anyone considered cardboard or cloth mattes to cover the screen for 2.39 content to be less distracting?
Immediately I had to turn off "Trumotion" as it's absolutely nauseating. It's just stupid to have the TV default to that setting - it takes quite a few menu screens to get to the right one to turn it off, and most who aren't technically-minded would just live with it.
Tried 3D with Real-D glasses as I haven't unwrapped the LG ones yet. ID4 Resurgence is a little annoying (only found out afterwards it was a transfer from a 2D original). Adventures of Tintin is amazing! Glad I waited for passive 3D.
Last edited by foxfan; 03-03-2017 at 01:31 PM.