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Calibrate the 2 point white balance, using 100% for the high end adjustment and 10% or even 5% (if the meter is accurate at those levels) for the low end, though I often skip the low end adjustments as they can do more harm than good.
Calibrate the 20 point pass-by-pass, NOT in real time. If using CalMAN, take a 20 or 21 point reading and then, observing an RGB absolute graph, put in corrections at each 5% increment as indicated are needed in the graph. Multiply each 1% that the reading is off by 3 and put that correction in the multipoint adjustment (a higher multiplier may be needed for the lower levels, especially if using software other than CalMAN). Example: if the absolute RGB graph says at 55% blue is 5% low, green is 1% high, and red is 2% low, at interval 55 of the 20 point adjustment increase blue by 15, reduce green by 3, and increase red by 6. Repeat until your desired precision is achieved. It's a pain, but the auto dimming means that doing the adjustment in real time will cause unintended, significant problems. If you are satisfied to get dE under a certain threshold, you may only have to do a few passes. If you demand more precision, a dozen or even significantly more could be necessary.
Leave CMS alone; large adjustments cause horrible artifacts, and even small adjustments can cause slightly visible banding and other issues. Please see my 9300 and 9800 reviews for further explanation.
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Last edited by Chad B; 12-02-2014 at 07:12 PM.
The pictures just show there is no signal on the input. You may want to try a different HDMI cable. If the TV flickers when you are on the home screen of the TV (press Home button on the TV remote), you have problem with the TV. A factory reset (which can be done via TV settings menu, IIRC) won't solve your HDMI issue.
Send this to all your friends! When will this stupidity end? So hysterical: Vertical Video Syndrome --- a PSA.
Most temp IR on this TV can be easily resolved by power cycle the TV or sometimes factory reset. If OP still have it after a few cycles of TV watching, it is pretty clear he has a burn in.
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However, if your home theatre system is HDMI and support HDMI CEC, you still should be able control the volume and media playback via HDMI CEC (or called SimpleLink on LG) without programming the remote.
Has anyone seen this before? Time to take it back since it's only a few hours old I'm guessing, but curious if there are any ideas.
Bad news is Fry's is out of stock across the DFW area. LG is sending someone out to look at it Wednesday, and it sounds like he'll probably be taking the set with him for replacement.
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