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I got my new 60ST60 last week. I just finished running my slides and hooked up the tv today. I went through and used all the d-nice settings. The picture just seems on the dark side for my taste. Also it seems the white isnt as white as I am used to. FOr example when i go into my cable guide the text is an off white.

So my question is what can I change to get a better picture on this set?

Thanks for your help.

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I got my new 60ST60 last week. I just finished running my slides and hooked up the tv today. I went through and used all the d-nice settings. The picture just seems on the dark side for my taste. Also it seems the white isnt as white as I am used to. FOr example when i go into my cable guide the text is an off white.

So my question is what can I change to get a better picture on this set?

Thanks for your help.

Frank

It's best to post in the ST60 owners thread, there are other custom settings you can use for example Cnet's.

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And it's even better to find the basic settings that are right for your particular set and viewing environment. You can do that using a disc such as the free AVS HD 709.

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And it's even better to find the basic settings that are right for your particular set and viewing environment. You can do that using a disc such as the free AVS HD 709.

Yes, it is or he can get his set professionally calibrated.

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The dnice settiings just didnt work for me. I switched to the default custom settings. The picture is much better now. I ordered the Disney WOW blu ray to try and tweak the setting s bit more.

I am now loving this tv.
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