Originally Posted by buckchester
I have a 50" s2 and use the settings posted by D-Nice, except for the colour temperature and the tint. In stead of having it set to "Warm" and "G+9" I prefer "Normal" and leaving the tint at 0. I watch a lot of hockey and I find anything with the "Warm" setting makes the ice look too unaturally red/orange. Does anyone agree?
I'm not using the exact settings you are but I had the same dilemma on my V10 when trying to decide between normal and warm color temps.
Like you I watch a lot of hockey.
Initially I was watching all programming in normal as I found this produced whiter whites but over time I began watching almost everything in warm.
For a time I would switch to normal just for hockey but I eventually stuck with warm as I found it to be a better picture overall.
I watched a lot of winter Olympics, including the hockey, in warm' and never once wished my whites were whiter.
Try leaving it on warm for a while and see if your eyes adjust to the warm setting.
If you switch color temps back and forth during a game then the difference will be obvious but if you can get over that habit and leave it on warm for a few weeks you may find the ice doesn't look as red as it did in the beginning.