Originally Posted by stradaONE8
I would be interested in any gaming settings for the 360 or PS3...
I will be posting what I am using based on my preferences when my panel comes in next Wed.
Pretty easy to get games looking great and with different looks on this panel.
Just check out settings posted above and try a few of the brighter A/V modes (Performance, Sport, Standard) out on some games for different looks. Game and Optimal modes are not particularly bright but can be good between the bright modes and Movie Mode.
Most settings appear to be handled properly using the "Auto" detection modes for both PS3 and 360. Resolution for instance is a no brainer and both consoles have an option to detect the highest resolution in the video settings which is 1080p.
360 has less settings but works great with minimal tweaking required. PS3 has a lot of settings broken down by categories but most are self explanatory such how you want scaling of standard dvd's or of legacy Playstation games to be handled etc. Most Video settings should be safely left at "Auto" or it's default.
Let the consoles detect if not sure.
After all of the software updates on both consoles they work very well now for audio and video.
PS3 HDMI RGB color levels (called "Reference Levels" setting on 360) are a bit confusing. Fortunately the RGB settings the Kuro xx20 comes set to "Auto" for the HDMI input color.
You could go in and set the Panel to match the color range for either setting if you wanted to. It has "Video" and "PC" based video settings available to the user on HDMI input
and even specific color ranges such as 16-235 which is "Limited" and 0-255 for "Full" so you could really map the Kuro to either color setting.
Unless hooking up a PC (via HDMI) in vast majority of cases I'd expect "Video" levels from the source so PS3 "Limited" should map directly for Blu-ray, Games, DVD etc. In the case of 360 it's Reference Level "Standard"
for games, dvd, hd dvd etc.
If you are connecting a PC for gaming or other purposes then you go with with "PC" setting for video on the Kuro. For color Auto setting should still be best to detect the RGB range on the input although you could manually force the setting to a known color range based on your source and video card settings.