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how do you get in Service Menu

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Anybody know a good setting for gaming for the 4061? Or can i just use like the standard mode and just have game mode on in the settings? I'd like to get a good picture setting for Call Of Duty.

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Anybody know a good setting for gaming for the 4061? Or can i just use like the standard mode and just have game mode on in the settings? I'd like to get a good picture setting for Call Of Duty.

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What are the best settings for the ln5265f?
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Sorry for the thread necromancy, but could someone with a 65F (preferably a 1011 board) post their service menu settings for W/B balance for warm 1/2, and the one above it? many thanks!
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This thread is too big, don't know where the answer to my question is if someone already answered it. If anyone remembers, how do i configure my ln-t4661FX so ps3 (connected via hdmi) graphics will look best? Right now it looks pastel, flushed out. Kind of bad color palette. thanks.
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Why is it that my ln-t4661fx hdmi 1 connected to the ps3 can only select standard picture mode? dynamic & movie cannot be selected while my directv hd box can use all 3 modes on hdmi 2? The samsung customer service rep told me its because the ps3 cause the other tv picture modes to be unselectable.

(When using a PS3 with these settings, set the BD/DVD settings to "RGB", not "Auto" or "YCbCr". Secondly, set the PS3 to RGB "Limited") I don't have the limited option. I can only select color tone cool2, cool1, normal. Color Tone Warm1 is not selectable...

trying to do these settings:
Originally Posted by WPWoodJr
I lowered the black level a little at the expense of excessive blue at 10IRE - see what you think!

Compared to post 964 the TV's gamma setting is -1 and some white balance changes have been made to accommodate the gamma change. Please try these settings at whatever brightness you like and let me know what you think. I've attached the HCFR calibration graphs below.

Calibration stats: These are calibrated settings for HDMI inputs only. I used HCFR with a DTP-94 colorimeter to do the calibration.

For Backlight 8 over HDMI, average Gamma is 2.21; color temperature is 6500 +214 / -143 except at IRE 10 where it climbs to 7288; Delta E is mostly under 3; contrast ratio (with Dynamic Contrast Off) is 1296:1. See the attached JPG to see graphs of the calibration from HCFR at Backlight 8.

If you like more subdued settings, try the Backlight at 4.

Cable box / DVD setting: Set your cable box or DVD player to put out RGB over HDMI if possible. If the box is not putting out RGB, you will know because the TV setting for HDMI Black Level will be grayed out. The settings should still work ok but use RGB if possible, it seems to work better with the Dynamic Contrast "Low" setting. Do not set your cable box or DVD player to put out a "Full" or "Enhanced" RGB range (as this will lead to blacks being too dark), unless you also set the TV's HDMI Black Level to "Normal" instead of "Low".

PS3 Setting: When using a PS3 with these settings, set the BD/DVD settings to "RGB", not "Auto" or "YCbCr". Secondly, set the PS3 to RGB "Limited" and set the TV's HDMI Black Level to "Low" as specified below; alternatively, you can set the PS3 to RGB "Full" and set the TV's HDMI Black Level to "Normal". If you don't use one of these two settings the shadows will be screwed up.

Notes: This calibration produces excellent black detail without sacrificing dark blacks. I like a little pop so I have set "Dynamic Contrast" to "Low" after calibration.

The settings:
Picture
Mode Movie
Contrast 100
Brightness 44
Sharpness 20
Color 50
Tint 50
Backlight 1-8 (4 if you have a dark room and/or like subdued settings, 8 if you like a lot of "pop" or the room is well-lit)

Color Tone Warm1
Digital NR Auto

Detailed Settings
Black Adjust Off
Dynamic Contrast Low
Gamma -1
Color Space Auto
Edge Enhancement On
xvYCC Off

White Balance
R-Offset 21
G-Offset 20
B-Offset 21
R-Gain 0
G-Gain 21
B-Gain 26

My Color Control
Pink 20
Green 15
Blue 15
White 15

Setup
Energy Saving Off
HDMI Black Level Low (will be grayed out for Component or if your video source is putting out a YCbCr signal instead of RGB - OK but RGB better as noted above)
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This is for anyone with an LNT4066F that has a 1032, 1035, 1036, or 1037 firmware with the 1011 (Trident) board. This may also work well for LNT4065F or LNT4665F sets with the same board and firmware mentioned above. I also listed LNT4X61F settings, so you can try these with LNT4x61F TV's as well, just make sure you set the Service menu correct for them.

Go into your service menu (ONLY if you know what you are doing) and change the following values. Make sure you take screen shots of your stock settings so you can bring them back if you do not like these.

Shut your TV off. Hit Mute, 1, 8, 2, power to go into your service menu.

DO NOT hit enter or mess with the calibration menu! You can screw your picture up if you do this. If you accidentally do this, let me know and I can help you fix it. Use the down arrow and hit enter on Option Byte.

In the Option Byte menu, only change the following values:

Panel Option: Tulip-Side (Tulip for LNT4X61F series)
Panel: 40AMV (LNT4065 and LNT4066F), 46AMV (LNT4665F), 52AMV (LNT5265F), 40AM for LNT4X61F series (40AM, 46AM, 52AM per respective TV)
Gamma: 0.95
8-Bit color (try 10 bit first, if it looks like you went into rainbow land, put it back to 8-Bit!)
Mess with ONLY these settings, nothing else!

Hit return on your remote when finished, and go to the white balance menu.

In the service menu white balance, make the values look like this: We will be using the TV's picture menu to set colors. This evens all the colors out.
128
512
512
512
128
512
512
512

Exit the service menu (do not go to reset, just power the TV off) and turn it on. Set your picture menu like this:

Mode: Movie
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 50
Sharpness: 20
Color: 56
Tint: 50/50
Backlight: I like mine at 7-8, for a dark room try 5-6 (whatever your preference is. For a bright room in daytime I have mine at 8.)

Color Tone: Warm 1
Size: Just Scan
Digital NR: Auto

Black Adjust: Off (Crushes Blacks)
Dyn. Contrast: Off (Kills Shadow detail, noticeable in photos viewed on the computer)
Gamma: -1
Color Space: Auto

White Balance:
R.Offset 21
G.Offset 18
B.Offset 21
R.Gain 7
G.Gain 17
B.Gain 26

My Color Control:

Pink 19
Green 15
Blue 15
White 15

Edge Enhancement: On
xvYCC: Off

HDMI Black Level: Low
Energy Saving: Off

After messing with my TV for 2 years, these settings make it look like I got a TV upgrade! Change the service menu to match mine first, then try these. I think you will find it looks amazing. The colors are perfect looking. Skin tones are natural, shadow detail is amazing. High definition content looks like you are really there, I cannot believe these settings look this good!

I use these with:

* WOW Cable's Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8300HD
* Sony PlayStation 3
* My computer's DVI to HDMI adapter.


All sources are using HDMI.

Note: Differences in the service menu are what makes one person's set different looking than another. If you set the panels the same, the display should also look the same (provided the same board, firmware, etc.). Even if not an exact match they should be close enough. The idea here it to set yours to look like mine, so you should see an almost exact replica of what I am seeing.
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Why does my samsung keep going back to default settings every 30 min or so? Its like its in showroom floor mode. I can't find an on off switch in the menu anywhere. I would appreciate your help.

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Just wanted to post my custom settings for the LNT-4061F if anyone is interested. I got these using DVE Bluray on the PS3 (HDMI).

Mode: Movie
Contrast: 88
Brightness: 48
Sharpness: 0
Color: 52
Tint: 60/40 (I checked this mutliple times, and for my set its correct)
Backlight: 5

Color Tone: Warm 2
Size: Just Scan
Digital NR: OFF

Black Adjust: Off
Dyn. Contrast: Off
Gamma: -1 (By eye, this gives the best transition from dark to light)
Color Space: Auto

White Balance: Default


My Color Control: Default



Edge Enhancement: OFF
xvYCC: Off



Note: There is something wrong with the color decoding on this set. Its clearly evident in the primary color test pattern on DVE. Its impossible to get the Red, Green and Blue channels to to match and display the test patterns correctly. I had to compomise and adjust the color control until the blue pattern was uniform. The red pattern was almost uniform, while the green was out of wack. I checked whether this was due to the green bias in the tint, but it has no effect. Simply put, the LNT-4061f does not have a properly functioning color decoder.

Also, does this TV not support full scale RGB? I couldn't get the TV to display Blacker than Black or Whiter than White material on the DVE patterns, so brightness was set with more of a focus on the 2% bar being just brighter than the background.

Any feedback would be appreciated; or if you'd be kind enough to run my settings through some measurements and report on the curves and gamma, that would be fantastic!
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Originally Posted by Ricsim78 View Post

This is for anyone with an LNT4066F that has a 1032, 1035, 1036, or 1037 firmware with the 1011 (Trident) board. This may also work well for LNT4065F or LNT4665F sets with the same board and firmware mentioned above. I also listed LNT4X61F settings, so you can try these with LNT4x61F TV's as well, just make sure you set the Service menu correct for them.

Go into your service menu (ONLY if you know what you are doing) and change the following values. Make sure you take screen shots of your stock settings so you can bring them back if you do not like these.

Shut your TV off. Hit Mute, 1, 8, 2, power to go into your service menu.

DO NOT hit enter or mess with the calibration menu! You can screw your picture up if you do this. If you accidentally do this, let me know and I can help you fix it. Use the down arrow and hit enter on Option Byte.

In the Option Byte menu, only change the following values:

Panel Option: Tulip-Side (Tulip for LNT4X61F series)
Panel: 40AMV (LNT4065 and LNT4066F), 46AMV (LNT4665F), 52AMV (LNT5265F), 40AM for LNT4X61F series (40AM, 46AM, 52AM per respective TV)
Gamma: 0.95
8-Bit color (try 10 bit first, if it looks like you went into rainbow land, put it back to 8-Bit!)
Mess with ONLY these settings, nothing else!

Hit return on your remote when finished, and go to the white balance menu.

In the service menu white balance, make the values look like this: We will be using the TV's picture menu to set colors. This evens all the colors out.
128
512
512
512
128
512
512
512

Exit the service menu (do not go to reset, just power the TV off) and turn it on. Set your picture menu like this:

Mode: Movie
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 50
Sharpness: 20
Color: 56
Tint: 50/50
Backlight: I like mine at 7-8, for a dark room try 5-6 (whatever your preference is. For a bright room in daytime I have mine at 8.)

Color Tone: Warm 1
Size: Just Scan
Digital NR: Auto

Black Adjust: Off (Crushes Blacks)
Dyn. Contrast: Off (Kills Shadow detail, noticeable in photos viewed on the computer)
Gamma: -1
Color Space: Auto

White Balance:
R.Offset 21
G.Offset 18
B.Offset 21
R.Gain 7
G.Gain 17
B.Gain 26

My Color Control:

Pink 19
Green 15
Blue 15
White 15

Edge Enhancement: On
xvYCC: Off

HDMI Black Level: Low
Energy Saving: Off

After messing with my TV for 2 years, these settings make it look like I got a TV upgrade! Change the service menu to match mine first, then try these. I think you will find it looks amazing. The colors are perfect looking. Skin tones are natural, shadow detail is amazing. High definition content looks like you are really there, I cannot believe these settings look this good!

I use these with:

* WOW Cable's Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8300HD
* Sony PlayStation 3
* My computer's DVI to HDMI adapter.


All sources are using HDMI.

Note: Differences in the service menu are what makes one person's set different looking than another. If you set the panels the same, the display should also look the same (provided the same board, firmware, etc.). Even if not an exact match they should be close enough. The idea here it to set yours to look like mine, so you should see an almost exact replica of what I am seeing.




i tried these settings, colors are rainbow like but they disapear when i turn xxyc on.. does anyone have the original ln-t4665f service menu settings?
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anyone? i need help with the above post.
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Why does my samsung keep going back to default settings every 30 min or so? Its like its in showroom floor mode. I can't find an on off switch in the menu anywhere. I would appreciate your help

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anyone? i need help with the above post.

Did you put the set back to 8-bit?
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I was wondering if someone here could help me. I have Samsung 4661 1032/1009 July 2007. It started with the red dots, then dark picture. Opened it up, blown capacitors. Changed out 5. Then TV was pretty dark, and I was playing around with settings, reading forums, etc for the last 4 weeks, almost 6 hours a day some days. I don't have a PS3, so I connected my PC to TV via HDMI and used the 8 x 8 checkerboard calibration picture for 1920 x 1080. I put the checkerboard as my desktop background and made sure the resolution was same as the TV. I went into service menu to do hdmi calibration. When it started it kept saying "off" as the colors changed for maybe 10-15 minutes. Then it said success. Now the picture was darker. I tried it with white check in upper left as well as black check in upper left, same results. I did it for a third time and it took about 10 seconds like someone here said it would and I thought it worked, but still dark. I noticed that these values are way out of wack, and shouldn't calibrating correct this??

Under SVP-LX it now reads:
Roffset-59480
Goffset-59480
Boffset-59480
RGain12522
GGain12522
BGain-12522

These values before calibration were 270 and 68's.

This forum has been so helpful. I was hoping someone here could save me. My husband is having surgery next week, I was hoping to have it fixed by then so he can watch movies and stuff while he's off.

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Are the Post 1499 settings good for Xbox 360 using HDMI? If not, which are the best for the Xbox 360 and PS3?
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Are the Post 1499 settings good for Xbox 360 using HDMI? If not, which are the best for the Xbox 360 and PS3?


This all depends on your tv, mine is a 1007/1011/1005 and they look really good with my 360.
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NOOBIE alert!

I upgraded my 1029/1009 5265f to 1037 FW after using it for 2.5 years. Now I don't seem to be able to get ANY detailed parameters to "un-gray". So, I have 2 questions.

1. Are the 'picture' parameters configurable, independently, for each screen mode (or input port) or is what is set in one, transferred to all of the whatever..... or is it dependent on what constraints are on each type of port?

Doesn't that sound stupid? That's how I feel when I try to sort out what effects what! Is this a State Secret that Samsung doesn't want "in the wrong hands".

2. Do the general modes (movie, standard, dynamic) set up base (unchangeable) parms or "lock out some parms".

Or.........could I get a Decoder Ring URL?

I see the HUNDREDS of hours spent helping noobs and picking up the ball dropped by the vendor (sorry, I have a problem with documentation that raises more questions than provides answers).

I don't want to waste time so I would be happy to take people's input and put it in to a matrix. I have also thought about doing that for the different configurations. It could be a way to see what parameters are consistent between the various GREAT setups offered up.

Thanks for any help and maybe you get a smile out of my problems!
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for anyone that's interested, I took 1499 settings (supposedly meant for 8bit 61F) and took the delta (difference) between CNET's 61F and 65F settings (showing that at least they believe they should have different calibration settings) and applied it to 1499, giving a 1499 version for 65F's.

In addition, I kept 1499's contrast/brightness settings, added color space wide (auto makes green look too yellow). This is with 10bit processing, AMW, board 1008, fw 1032. I find the gamma is pretty much 2.2 for RGB, while 1499 originally made red too gamma corrected. All HDMI settings:


Movie Mode settings for HDMI and Component:
Picture
Mode Movie
Contrast 85-100 (I like 95 to have WTW all the way up to 256 and allowing lower blacklight settings)
Brightness 44
Sharpness 20
Color 50 (The delta would make this 57, but I added color space wide so I left this at 50)
Tint R54
Backlight 0 to 10 (For dark room movie mode, I actually like it down around 2)

Color Tone Warm1
Digital NR Auto

Detailed Settings
Black Adjust Off
Dynamic Contrast None (Low for brighter picture, I use Low for standard)
Gamma -2
Color Space Wide
Edge Enhancement Off
xvYCC Off

White Balance
R-Offset 22
G-Offset 22
B-Offset 21
R-Gain 4
G-Gain 15
B-Gain 30

My Color Control
Pink 21
Green 15
Blue 15
White 15

Setup
Energy Saving Off (Sometimes I like Auto for energy and better blacks in black screens but it screws with brightness)
HDMI Black Level Depends on source.

Standard Mode settings for HDMI :
Picture
Mode Standard
Contrast 85 - 100 (I like 95)
Brightness 44
Sharpness 20
Color 50
Tint R54
Backlight (I find 6 or so Is more than enough with the contrast setting)

Color Tone Normal
Digital NR Auto
DNIe On (important - otherwise Detailed Settings will be grayed out)

Detailed Settings
Black Adjust Off
Dynamic Contrast (Because I use this in lots of light, I use Low sometimes)
Gamma -2
Color Space Wide
Edge Enhancement Off
xvYCC Off

White Balance
R-Offset 22
G-Offset 24
B-Offset 24
R-Gain 24
G-Gain 17
B-Gain 12

My Color Control
Pink 15
Green 15
Blue 15
White 15


SD direct from coax using built in tv tuner (May depend on signal)
Above settings with these changes:

Movie
Contrast 100
Brightness 30
Sharpness 20

Black Adjust Off
Dynamic Contrast Low
Edge Enhancement On

Standard
Contrast 100
Brightness 30
Sharpness 50

Black Adjust Off
Dynamic Contrast Low
Edge Enhancement On
Haven't updated my settings in a while, will try these

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Denon AVR-2113CI
Polk Monitor 65T (Fronts)
Polk Monitor 50's (Rears)
Polk CS2 (Center)
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Anyone know where I can get fw 1032 these days? I've got one of these sets and have recently wanted to play with the calibration a little. It seems I'm pretty behind on my firmware and all these calibrations are based on 1032.

I should add that I did look through a number of posts with links to download the newest firmware but all the links were broken.

Also, sorry for bringing up an old thread.
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Just an alert to anyone who owns an LN-T4061 do not upgrade to the latest firmware as it will ruin your picture and graphics. The only remedy I found was to go into the service menu and change the "Lvds Tx Fmt" setting from JEIDA to VESA. This luckily fixed it, but what an agonizing hour spent before I found the solution. This firmware is dated August 25, 2011 and its (ver 1037.0 or 1020.0) 18.56 MB
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