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Lion Rider,

High Contrast can clip the color channels. I found if I lowered contrast to 92 with patterns before touching any other setting (CMS, Greyscale) my colors didn't clip. Though, with CMS you can lower the saturation and luminance of the individual color channels with any contrast setting to avoid clipping. Do you leave your cell at 20?
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hello all...i have samsung 51f4900(3d)and samsung 51h4500 both...the problem is when i compare them side by side on a similar source(not 3d obviously)...the picture of 51h4500 seems to be a wee bit clear, sharp and bright...what the experts have to say about it?please help
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High Contrast can clip the color channels. I found if I lowered contrast to 92 with patterns before touching any other setting (CMS, Greyscale) my colors didn't clip. Though, with CMS you can lower the saturation and luminance of the individual color channels with any contrast setting to avoid clipping. Do you leave your cell at 20?
Yes I leave cell at 20. Set once and never touched again. The H4900 comes with default at 15.
Also am using Auto Colorspace as I don't have a meter yet. Also since we mostly watch at night in a light controlled environment contrast at lower setting does not affect at all but produces a very nice PQ.
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hello all...i have samsung 51f4900(3d)and samsung 51h4500 both...the problem is when i compare them side by side on a similar source(not 3d obviously)...the picture of 51h4500 seems to be a wee bit clear, sharp and bright...what the experts have to say about it?please help
I have a H4900 which is a 2014 version of F4900. All I can say is the blacks are very deep and the picture bright( have set contrast at 78). Samsung markets the tv as having deeper blacks than 2013 versions. Thinks it's the same as F5300B versions. Wish I had a meter to measure the blacks, though guys in that thread are measuring blacks of 0.002 to 0.005.
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thanks lion rider.picture of my f4900 is also just a little bit blurred than h4500.is this by default? moreover wat settings do you recommend 4 f4900?my tv has almost 300 hrs panel display time.
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thanks lion rider.picture of my f4900 is also just a little bit blurred than h4500.is this by default? moreover wat settings do you recommend 4 f4900?my tv has almost 300 hrs panel display time.
It depends on a lot of things, but the most basic ones are
1. Set to Movie mode
2. Turn off all enhancement settings
3. If possible control your room lighting
4. If you haven't done so download the AVSHD 709 patterns from this forum.

Different people like different tv PQ settings that's why it's better to set your own tv to your liking.
Some of the most agreed on are
1. Set your cell light to 20(this will reduce the effect of ABL)
2. Set your color temp to warm 2(people complain that this makes the PQ looking yellowish but you have to adjust your 2point greyscale also. I have never heard anyone who has had his/her tv calibrated complaining of yellowish whites)
3. I know people watch in the dark but a mild light in the room, behind or besides the tv makes for spectacular viewing of this tv.)
4. Just don't go overboard with the settings. Sometimes mild adjustments are all that's required.
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thanks for the guidance...i"ll do that surely.
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