Originally Posted by Noonin
I printed off a 5 page list of settings. I know I have a couple of Dave's, but don't think I'm running them at the moment. I haven't applied the 2.1 Patch, but most likely will (just hate that it's irreverseable).
I would kind of like to know how the various settings affect the set's picture. There are so
many variables now than there were with my old CRT it makes my head spin. Thought a disk would help keep me from merely throwing darts if I decide to go with settings other than what people here have come up with.
Yeah, I know. CRT days seemed so simple.
Personally, I'm using THX with 80 contrast, 54 Brightness, and Warm 1 (sometimes Normal). This is with 2.1 patch.
If you tend to use your set in a pretty dim or all dark environment, then you might not want to apply 2.1. But I usually have a bit of light present.
I, however, really like it. Plus, it seems that pro calibrators apply it before they go to work, so it's obviously beneficial in that regard.
A disk can def help because your adjusting things specifically to your set and your environment. Plus you can use it on other sets in the house, as well as future sets.