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post #3871 of 3905
These are the values I use.

Backlight = 3

Black Adjust = Off

Dynamic Contrast = Off

This setting provides the perfect screen for both games and movies with the room lights either on or off.
post #3872 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by big daddy alpha View Post

What settings did you use for this part here?

Backlight 0~10 (Your Option) I recommend Movie 0~3, Standard 5~10.
Black Adjust = Off★ (You choices)
Dynamic Contrast = Off★ (Your choices)

Everything else I can do on my own.

Personally I have both Black Adjust and Dynamic Contrast set to "Low" (with Backlight at 3). Kaki says this is ok, and it really takes care of some small flashlighting I have in the upper corners. But I've always wondered how much my picture is being distorted. What do you folks think?
post #3873 of 3905
After using the settings you suggested ahbib I noticed it was a little dark at first for me but after getting used to it, I think this calibration is pretty sweet.
post #3874 of 3905
I know its been asked but hasnt really been answered what mode and settings are the majority using for standard HDTV Cable?
post #3875 of 3905
One more thing if one is to follow specific settings in trying to calibrate and get the best out of there sets, in which order do we start adusting the settings.

For instance using Kakis Ps3 settings - he suggest certain things to be calibrated at 0 and while in Movie mode/Warm 1. Please correct me if I'm wrong this is how im reading it:


1. So for one I would first go to Movie mode and reset, and then set everything he suggests to Calibrate at zero to 0

2. I would then select Warm 1

3. Now what settings and which chronological order should I then follow?
post #3876 of 3905
Question about the picture modes: Can Movie and Standard be calibrated to look completely identical? Or is there something inherently different about the modes themselves that makes it impossible for them to ever look the same?
post #3877 of 3905
what would be be the best setting for an xbox 360 with hdmi.
post #3878 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by gamekiller View Post

what would be be the best setting for an xbox 360 with hdmi.

Page 123
post #3879 of 3905
Can anyone direct me to the best settings that were discovered for Dish Network IE regular TV viewing and Viewing Blu-ray discs?
post #3880 of 3905
Kakimoto please provide a new and updated calibration for the Samsung A650 the last great pure LCD television ever made!
post #3881 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by ahbib View Post

Kakimoto please provide a new and updated calibration for the Samsung A650 the last great pure LCD television ever made!

1) he doesnt do calibrations for this tv anymore, so just grab one of the last ones that he did and call it a day

2) what does pure LCD mean? isnt the B650 basically the same tv?
post #3882 of 3905
What settings do you guys use for a Nintendo Wii with component cables? Any help is gladly appreciated.
post #3883 of 3905
I would just set it to the "game" entertainment mode for Wii.
post #3884 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by ahbib View Post

Kakimoto please provide a new and updated calibration for the Samsung A650 the last great pure LCD television ever made!

I would like a new calibration from Kaki too.

hell, i'd like a new calibration in general.. anyone wanna do one?
post #3885 of 3905
I have been using this for a long time and just love it and don't bother anymore changing settings I have stayed with this one and its awesome with the PS3. If wanting better input lag then transfer over these settings in the special PC mode and adjust to your liking and boom great input lag picture quality look good for PC mode and then back to normal for movies. Make sure to set it YCbCr mode and either for RGB mode limited for low or full for normal on the TV.

Movie Mode: Warm-1

White Balance

Offset
R: 28
G: 25
B: 21
Gain
R: 25
G: 25
B: 29

Picture Settings
Backlight = 3 (adjustable)
Contrast = 100
Brightness = 43
Color = 50
Sharpness = 20 (adjustable)
Tint = 50/50
Gamma = -1

Color Space
Red
R = 30
G = 0
B = 1
Green
R = 26
G = 46
B = 0
Blue
R = 9
G = 0
B = 41
Cyan
R = 30
G = 47
B = 56
Magenta
R = 38
G = 0
B = 58
Yellow
R = 60
G = 48
B = 0
post #3886 of 3905
PAGE 123

All of this Kaki settings are for PS3,XBOX and BD80 users??? Where are the settings for just regular tv viewing and movie viewing?
post #3887 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by westcoastinc View Post

PAGE 123

All of this Kaki settings are for PS3,XBOX and BD80 users??? Where are the settings for just regular tv viewing and movie viewing?

There is no "calibration channel" on regular TV! There needs to be a source of calibration images to do a calibration.

Plus cable TV is poor quality anyway, so who cares?
post #3888 of 3905
I have a HD Box and a blu ray player. I view HD channels. Just lookin for settings to get the best HD picture and blu ray picture.
post #3889 of 3905
I tried all I could find and play with each one to see what works. There not really a cal in TV setting. Play with them
post #3890 of 3905
If you want the best you can get, get the hardware/software for less than $150 and learn to do it yourself. Copying others settings is useless...no point because every set is different. Getting close is a complete failure. Spend a little time and learn how to do it yourself and then get it right! It does not need to be to the level of a pro cal. but copying others settings is a waste of time and you will see that if you write down the numbers before and after you learn the basics of calibrating your own set. I did-it is not that difficult and only takes a little time. I used the online "Greyscale for Dummies" as a guide and I did it and I know nothing about electronics that some of these guys are doing! It's up to you-you will be glad you learned how to perform the basics because it can take you a long ways to getting your TV calibrated at a fraction of the cost normally-and it is repeatable as you change TV's and equipment!

Bob
post #3891 of 3905
Sorry guys just one more question..

I was going over page 123 and there are mutiple Versions for ps3 (USED best with ps3) same for the xbox. I couldnt really figure out why are they just updated versions or am A I missing something.

Im not a tech guy or anything complete newb at this stuff sorry for stupid questions.
post #3892 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by felonyr301 View Post

I have been using this for a long time and just love it and don't bother anymore changing settings I have stayed with this one and its awesome with the PS3. If wanting better input lag then transfer over these settings in the special PC mode and adjust to your liking and boom great input lag picture quality look good for PC mode and then back to normal for movies. Make sure to set it YCbCr mode and either for RGB mode limited for low or full for normal on the TV.

Movie Mode: Warm-1

White Balance

Offset
R: 28
G: 25
B: 21
Gain
R: 25
G: 25
B: 29

Picture Settings
Backlight = 3 (adjustable)
Contrast = 100
Brightness = 43
Color = 50
Sharpness = 20 (adjustable)
Tint = 50/50
Gamma = -1

Color Space
Red
R = 30
G = 0
B = 1
Green
R = 26
G = 46
B = 0
Blue
R = 9
G = 0
B = 41
Cyan
R = 30
G = 47
B = 56
Magenta
R = 38
G = 0
B = 58
Yellow
R = 60
G = 48
B = 0

Wow these look great the colors really POP, works well with ps3 and my HD Cable box leaving it here for now

You didnt state though what do you have the Energy Saving set to?
post #3893 of 3905
A quick question. My remote died last month, called the company but I am out of warranty. Where can I buy one on the cheap?...
post #3894 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by Soccerdude View Post

A quick question. My remote died last month, called the company but I am out of warranty. Where can I buy one on the cheap?...

Grab the P/n off the samsung site and do a search on Amazon for it, I have a LN40A650 set and that remote sells fo 27ish from them. Samsung parts has a storefront on amazon.
post #3895 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by Helidoc View Post

Grab the P/n off the samsung site and do a search on Amazon for it, I have a LN40A650 set and that remote sells fo 27ish from them. Samsung parts has a storefront on amazon.

Thanks much bro.....
post #3896 of 3905
Hey all, new to the site here just picked up a 52" A650.

I'm going to be playing media from my computer via HDMI. I'm sure theres some calibration settings somewhere in this massive thread for PC/HDMI playback. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I've also noticed using 120hz I get random jitters or skips, anyway to lessen this? I'm using the CCCP codec pack with Windows Media Classic Home Cinema. My machine is fairly capable so I don't think hardware is an issue. Most of the media is comprised of high quality .mkv files

Thanks...
post #3897 of 3905
post #3898 of 3905
I am getting ready to sell my trusty old 650 to replaced it with Samsung smart TV. So what was the latest calibration so I can include that while I am handing the 650 to the new owner?.
Edited by Soccerdude - 11/19/12 at 11:04am
post #3899 of 3905
Picture Options
Warm 1
16:9
Digital NR:Auto
HDMI Black Level: low
Blue Only Mode: off
Automotion: medium(personal preference).

White Balance

Offset
R: 27
G: 25
B: 24
Gain
R: 19
G: 25
B: 29

Mode: Movie

Picture Settings
Backlight = 3 (adjustable)
Contrast = 100
Brightness = 48
Color = 54
Sharpness = 3 (adjustable)
Tint = 52/40

Detailed Settings
Black Adjust:High
Dynamic Contrast: High
Gamma = -1
Flesh Tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: On
xvYCC: On

Color Space
Red
R = 55
G = 0
B = 1
Green
R = 4
G = 57
B = 0
Blue
R = 5
G = 0
B = 56
Cyan
R = 8
G = 46
B = 47
Magenta
R = 46
G = 0
B = 48
Yellow
R = 56
G = 52
B = 0

These setting are the best I have came across and offer the best performance in my opinion.
post #3900 of 3905
Quote:
Originally Posted by foleyemuye View Post

I love to see some picture from this sweet tv in action4.gif
Thanks bro and sorry to reply so late..
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