-- I believe the experts would tell us to leave this feature OFF when adjusting main settings, contrast and sharpness
, or doing a calibration. This feature is only useful in certain situations and sources, not all the time. It often creates OVER-sharpening of the image, causing things to look harsh or jagged.
I've noticed a couple people have done quick calibrations and posted their settings, leaving this feature ON, which resulted in their regular sharpness
setting being turned down very low, far below default 31, which I don't believe is what we should be doing.
I think we should set/calibrate our TVs using only the normal adjustments (contrast, color, sharpness, etc
.) and not using the 'enhancement' features.
Then... after you've done your picture using only the normal adjustments, to produce consistent across-the-board performance... if you still feel like something is lacking with a certain source, THEN you toggle on/off the enhancement features as needed.
I believe this is how we should do it.
Of course I could be totally wrong.