Originally Posted by intense11
I just set up my tv un55b6000 to the cnet settings for the 6000, i was using 7000 settings before, and the 98 on the contrast is too high for me as well as the +3 gamma. I went with 5 on backlight, 55 on color, 90 on contrast and +1 on gamma, and so far the evening news looks great. I also did a lot of comparison on native and auto on color space and native adds a lot more color but it's not natural, greens started to turn bluish. So far I'm very happy with the PQ and 2 weeks with the set and I have not noticed any of the flash lighting or clouding, the only complaint that I noticed is the corners being slightly darker on bright scenes, but I'm assuming that is normal for this type of set.
Originally Posted by Double Exposure
I to think Native looks good but I use warm2 more often. you hit the nail on the head. you will adapt to the color change after awhile. also any color changes you make in 1 area can be tuned out in the other color areas so you have to make changes slow and then watch between them. I would also suspect there is alittle difference between sets so some of this may look slightly different and then backlight and contrast will also change the look of your colors. but just make small changes and watch for awhile until you get the look you like. remember different feeds also have different looks so dont try to setup the look on one channel and expect it to be perfect on all. I would setup your favorite channel and live with the other changes.
I've tryed out Native and watched Pirates of the Caribbean 1 (HD) with it, at first it looks good, but...
The reds are to much and the greens are crazy, there a few dark/greyish scenes without a lot of color and the captain of the black pearl has green apple... that apple looks like plutonium
So it's back to Auto for me, custom could be great with calibration i guess...