Originally Posted by Vcolassi
Hey guys! I have been doing lots of reading & skimming of this thread. Very informative i bought a 60PK750 for the bedroom on black friday. Massive for the bedroom but i love it! I originally had a 55" Samsung LCD i bought but returned it for the 60pk750. I have always loved plasma's being i am a fan of the "glass" front. And i could not believe how skinny this thing was! Anyway..
Is their anybody who would like to share their PS3 calibration settings with me? I have been playing around with the settings alot. When i play Grand Theft Auto 4, it seems to be a little dark and dull for my liking. I do like some pop in color and such just not blinding. I have the Dynamic Color & Dynamic Contrast turned off. However when i play games like Fifa 11 i think it looks alot better with Dynamic Contrast on low. It's just a pain to have to keep going into the setting to change it. I am using a Sony Home Theatre system with a HDMI repeater. So technically i am only using "1" HDMI cable going to my TV. Which helps being with the low profile wall mount its impossible to get a HDMI back there without it hitting the wall.
Last thing. So most of you guys are turning you Edge Enhancer option's off? I have been testing and cant seem to tell if i like it or not. It does minimize the grain a bit. But as somebody stated before. Some sources put out lots of grain. Blu Rays seem to be nothing short of amazing on this set.
What are you guys running your sharpness & contrast at. Im still playing with them a bit.
Well you have a 750 and this thread is about the 950. But, it seems like all of LG's upper TVs have a similar panel and processing, so trying some settings for a 950 on a 750 may end up with pretty good results. It could also be WAY off. BUT ALL THAT SAID, I'd give CNET's PX950 settings a try. I use it slightly tweaked on my PK950 and love it.
I like the edge enhancer for most DVDs, HD transfers that are on the soft side or have lower contrast, and for some games. It can also be nice for 2D animation.
But its too sharp on really good HD transfers, especially if they have a lot of native contrast. It can really mess up the look of someon's skin, making it appear dry and cracked. Some HD transfers also have a good deal of native edge enhancment. applying more over the top of that can make something like The Dark Knight look really terrible, like an over sharp hand cam.