Originally Posted by nescosmo
Well It came in on the first of this month and I was very happy.
It was made on May of 2010.
When I install it the first impression was the sound was bad, real cheep speakers; The color was too intense specially the green and red.
I use an outside antenna and satellite system with the old 10 foot dish with the Motorola GI 4DTV and as my AV the Onkyo TX-NR906.
I went to HGTV to set my colors, because it has the must variable colors of any others channels. Here are my settings:
SAT: Set set on brillant.
SEt on Brilliant.
Those are my colors and they very natural and not dull as it seems to be, you have to remember that this TV color is different as the others and should be as natural as life is.
I play with Vudu and I had to use the speaker out port to be able to use my Onkyo system and not the speaker of the TV. also it force me to use it on the antenna too. I use on the Vudu the same setting as the TV but with the Cinema set.
Great TV and very sharp image and a very good mateys colors.
Guys let me know your system setting and later will play with calibration.
It is odd that color temp would be high. That would normally make the grayscale way too blue. If mits provided proper basic calibration it should be called low or warm or something like. If you have a calibration disk like Spears and Munsil do the gray look bluish gray, or very slightly brownish gray?
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