Originally Posted by all clear
you dont believe me if i say i dont find the proper settings and i dont know how to calibrate
Like I said, if you're not comfortable doing it yourself and you're unsure whether you're getting the most out of your display, hire a calibrator in your country with a good reputation. They use tools to either help or double check to make sure they're doing their job right.
If you want to calibrate yourself, you need to buy a decent light-meter to begin with and since this is a kuro it has to be able to go down low enough to read blacks/grayscales properly.
You could also look intro controlcal. I believe when you purchase that patch, you get some preset calibration settings that are supposed to be good for your set.
Although if you have trouble finding the settings, hiring a calibrator is probably your best bet.