On the budget Samsung here (2 point only tv) if the white decides too go shiny bright( like when black is right next too white with shiny stadium lighting) there is nothing I can do too fix it except make gamma and brightness dark which does not work in a bright room.
Gamma and brightness have too be a bit brighter in a room with much light.High contrast is important but so is being able too see it..Was in store and noticed one of the biggest differences between plasma and LCD/led is the store lights reflection on screen.I couldnt see much reflection coming off LCD.An all red screen looked similar on both.An all white screen defenitely looked a bit brighter on LCD/led,but it was the store lights reflection that really affected the all...
I heard 20 years ago cable companies were one of the highest money making businesses around.The prices have gone up a lot in recent years for cabletv.They do provide an outstanding product,but continually raising the prices and continually degrading picture quality is not good. Did not mean too change topic.
The one I've here it's best to adjust white balance with " average too higher than average" picture levels(abl levels).Does not matter what it looks like on full screen white(high abl) unless there is some obvious color error.
Plazmapz80-thought you had a panny?
I watch a lot of tv,but rarely use DVD player.i noticed it has a lot of different options for setting it up,but I haven't really looked too closely at it. Is it easy too get the settings too match up so it displays the picture exactly the same way as the pvr displays it? This is for using avshd disc.
I never even noticed screen door on my 51, even when I sit close too it.The biggest problem is the washed out bright images on plasma from the abl.If the white balance is set up correctly then it's not too bad.There is also problems with gradation/color shifting /color runout if the white balance and contrast is not set up right.Its Noticable when there is brightly illuminated objects on screen sometimes.