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Official Sharp 2011 LC-70LE632U Owner's Thread - Page 50

post #1471 of 1482
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Originally Posted by HowieDoin View Post

@ Peter_in_PA

Any chance you might post your settings for us to try? I'm mostly pleased with the way hockey looks on my 632, but always looking to improve....

Sorry for not replying sooner. While I don't have the Post #s to share with you, I've been using settings DAGAMEPIMP posted elsewhere on this forum last year or maybe in 2011.
post #1472 of 1482
I've had my 70LE632U for awhile now. I'm enjoying it a LOT but now I want some help calibrating. I been calibrating/setting up everything and I know I got some help here before on pulling the trigger but now I could really use some help. I'm getting a lot less contrast then other models. Colors are a little washed out. Colors seem more contrasted on samsung and smaller TVs. Maybe it's the size of the TV I'm not sure though. I know someone here was helping before that has this TV and they were VERY helpful. I could use some of that help now though lol.
post #1473 of 1482
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Originally Posted by tential View Post

I've had my 70LE632U for awhile now. I'm enjoying it a LOT but now I want some help calibrating. I been calibrating/setting up everything and I know I got some help here before on pulling the trigger but now I could really use some help. I'm getting a lot less contrast then other models. Colors are a little washed out. Colors seem more contrasted on samsung and smaller TVs. Maybe it's the size of the TV I'm not sure though. I know someone here was helping before that has this TV and they were VERY helpful. I could use some of that help now though lol.

Try adjusting the Gamma to give more contrast -- then you can add color, if needed...
post #1474 of 1482
Peter,

I would connect a laptop directly to one of the TV's inputs, preferably HDMI if the PC has one. I use the monster all of the time with video from my PC and sound through the receiver.
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I just got a aqous 70 LC-70Le632U. On my remote there is no apps button and I don't know how to get to the apps screen. I have my wifi on. Who've read through the manual and it says hit on of the A B C D buttons at bottom of remote but that doesn't work. Please help
post #1476 of 1482
Also there is no apps icon under menu
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Hi. I was advised to make a post in this thread as it deals with a model very similar to mine (Sharp LC-70LE633U), which does not have its own thread/forum. I have forgotten the Secret Number (PIN #) and cannot figure out how to reset it. For some reason, this specific model does not seem to have a manual and reset methods for similar models do not appear to work (i.e., Hold down the Channel Up and Volume Up buttons simultaneously until a message appears). Additionally, I did a search here on AVSForums and didn't see anything already posted. Any guidance greatly appreciated.

If I have posted in the wrong place for this type of question, please let me know.

Many thanks in advance! Looking forward to your replies.
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Originally Posted by Twiztid1 View Post

Hi. I was advised to make a post in this thread as it deals with a model very similar to mine (Sharp LC-70LE633U), which does not have its own thread/forum. I have forgotten the Secret Number (PIN #) and cannot figure out how to reset it. For some reason, this specific model does not seem to have a manual and reset methods for similar models do not appear to work (i.e., Hold down the Channel Up and Volume Up buttons simultaneously until a message appears). Additionally, I did a search here on AVSForums and didn't see anything already posted. Any guidance greatly appreciated.

If I have posted in the wrong place for this type of question, please let me know.

Many thanks in advance! Looking forward to your replies.
Page 34 of the operation manual found here:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&ved=0CFQQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffiles.sharp.ca%2FDownloads%2FForHome%2FHomeEntertainment%2FLCDTVs%2FManuals%2FLC70LE733U-LC-70LE633U-LC60LE633U_us3_en.pdf&ei=LdXrUYW8JtHK4AP75oHgAw&usg=AFQjCNELU4QiNndSouWfVEssOcldUxOq6w&bvm=bv.49478099,d.dmg

You can set and change the secret number by using
0-9.
Yes: Changes or sets the Secret No.
No: The confi rmation screen to clear the Secret No.
appears when the Secret No. has been set. When the
Secret No. has not been set, the previous screen will
be displayed.

Secret No. Clear
You can clear your secret number.
Yes: Your secret number is cleared.
No: Your secret number is not cleared

If you can't clear it, call Sharp.
post #1479 of 1482
Hello All - any new great calibration settings for this 70?
post #1480 of 1482
Mounting bracket question for this TV. I am looking to put mine above my fire place mantle with a downward swinging bracket. Has anyone done this? If so which bracket did you go with and how do you like it?

I was looking at this bracket which has some pretty nice features but at a price of $199 + S&H it is a bit more costly than I would like. Are there any other options?

http://www.mantlemount.com/
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Update - I did purchase/install the mantle mount bracket for this TV and it works great if anyone is interested in it.
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After going through 3 calibration sessions, I believe I found the perfect settings that squeeze every ounce of performance out of this set. Although the black levels of this display are not very good to begin with, the picture quality it can produce if calibrated properly is quite amazing. Calibrating this set is quite difficult, as the CMS is not very good. Blue, red and cyan are the most difficult colors to get right and I believe I found just the right balance. I used an i1 display pro and colorhcfr software for the calibrations.

Your bluray player must be set to output ycbcr 422.

Mode movie (most accurate gamma and greyscale)
Opc off
Backlight -1 for 32ftl or -9 for 50ftl (I prefer 32ftl, gives it a plasma look)
Contrast 32
Brt 0
Color 0
Tint 0
Sharpness -1
Cms Hue
R -1
Y -1
G +13
C -3
B +6
M +2
Cms Sat
R 0
Y 0
G +18
C +11
B -2
M -7
Cms val
R +3
Y +3
G +9
C -6
B +12
M +3
Color temp
R lo 3
G lo 0
B lo -10
R hi 2
G hi 0
B hi -17
Motion enhancement off
Active contrast off
Gamma 0
Film mode off
Digital noise red off
Monochrome off
Range of opc
Max 1
Min 0
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