Originally Posted by redwolf4k The most important part of all this is ensuring Dynamic contrast is off, color tone is set to Warm 2, and color space is set to "Native",the wider color gamut then rec 709. This is unlike the default Movie mode color setting of auto which follows Rec. 709. That would look overly green for video games.
always enjoy reading your posts.
After a year with my Panasonic G25 I'm back to LCD. I just picked up a Sammy D630. I read how you helped a family member set one up. Did you happen to note which settings you used? It would be of great help.
If not, I'm pretty sure I can't just copy your settings(?) but considering how accurate the preset colors are on our sets perhaps I could use cnet's recommended brightness/contrast with the rest of your settings? Would that work? Sorry I'm a bit of a calibration newb.
- In your early videogame settings, you mention how it's important that Dynamic contrast be off but now you advocate it? Why is that? Is it just personal preference or is it perhaps because you thought that that dark details were being clipped?
- According to Cnet, the recommended backlight for the D630 is 7 while the D6000 is 12. Why is that? If anything I thought it would be the opposite because LEDs are supposed to be brighter no?
- Which HDMi ports do you connect your PS3 and Xbox to and does it make a difference?
-What settings do you use on your PS3? RGB limited, Super whites off and Bluray YCbCr? Is that about the gist of it? What about your Xbox settings?