How to get the most accurate color possible without calling a calibrator ? (the term calibrator is foreign in my country / I don't think any exist at all) . I'm trying ctmaudi setup here . but I don't know if it's supposed to be accurate or not . I pick this up rather than the new f4500 because the input lag is better here (I'm a gamer) buy people are saying over there that the new f4500 picture is very good . it kinda made me regret my decision if it's true.also.I'm mainly using my laptop to watch movies and do other stuff . and while browsing through the setting I found this
and well, messing around with it could greatly affect how stuff looks on screen . man, dealing with tv setup is problematic enough. do I have to tinker with it too ? or just leave it on default ?
Oh yeah I just got the tv and I noticed when I turned it on it didn't take me to the screen where you're supposed to enter the setup (like time and date etc . Basically the screen when you factory reset it) . Is everyone like this or I actually got a used tv instead of a brand new tv ? Thanks
Oh btw my tv looked like a slightly dimmer ipad 2 (at max brightness setting) using ctmaudi setup . I dunno if I should be happy or not considering it's the screen I look at everyday . I was hoping something incredible and different based on everyone's review
Also when I connect my laptop through hdmi it says 60hz . Shouldn't it be 600hz ?
And damn I just noticed it's PS 43e450 paim not PN 43e450 . Is there any difference ?I'm literally stressed right now that I may get an inferior product with more input lag (I dunno if it's my controller or pc but I've been having problems with rhythm game)
If anyone see this please reply . I really need answers . Thanks a lot Edited by bneundh - 7/17/13 at 8:07pm