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Is there a very noticeable difference between something like THX Cinema and professional calibrator settings.
One is calibrated and the other is one size fits all. Displays are not all the same.
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Thanks guys.i will make an appointment for chad-b.



Does anyone of you here using a ps4 for bluray movies? If yes what are the correct settings for ps4?





Hi what are the best settings for ps4 for buray playback under video output settings?. TIA.

RGB RANGE - AUTOMATIC? FULL? LIMITED?



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Thanks guys.i will make an appointment for chad-b.
I think you'll pleased. He calibrated my ZT and even the wife noticed the difference. He'll also offered to setup other components if needed.

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I've seen the D-Nice and CNET calibration settings for the VT60, but i can't find the WARM2 setting(which is present in the reports), it's only Cool-Normal-Warm on my TV. is 'Warm' the new Warm2 with the new firmware or am i overlooking something(yes i'm a noob :P)?

I have the 65VT60 with about 300 hours and the 3.877 firmware.
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I've seen the D-Nice and CNET calibration settings for the VT60, but i can't find the WARM2 setting(which is present in the reports), it's only Cool-Normal-Warm on my TV. is 'Warm' the new Warm2 with the new firmware or am i overlooking something(yes i'm a noob :P)?

I have the 65VT60 with about 300 hours and the 3.877 firmware.
Those settings are for the TC-P series sold in North America. The NA tv's have 5 color temps in the settings.
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Those settings are for the TC-P series sold in North America. The NA tv's have 5 color temps in the settings.
Ah, thanks. I've tried finding any settings for the (european) version that i have 65VT65e, but with no luck. Is there someone who knows where i can find it?
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basically what you're saying is the ST is pretty much the best PQ the VT and ZT are slightly better that only videophiles will pay so much more for the little bit of a difference


basically what cnet is trying to say as well ""There are a couple of problems, however. The first is price: the VT60 is exactly twice the cost of the ST60, and its picture is by no stretch of the imagination twice as good"
This wasn't true in the end though. The 65VT60 was $2000 at Best Buy/Amazon early in the year. I'm still kicking myself for missing out on that deal, but it will give me an excuse to upgrade to OLED earlier.
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Ah, thanks. I've tried finding any settings for the (european) version that i have 65VT65e, but with no luck. Is there someone who knows where i can find it?
I don't know of any. You might want to check out AVForums or the ControlCAL sites. You can also try the ZT settings since the panels are basically the same.
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