Originally Posted by slc71
Washed out is a good term to use. Would you mind sharing the settings you are using?
I've still got a slightly modified version of Da-Game-Pimp's 632 settings dialed into my "Standard" picture settings until I'm sure there aren't a few tweaks I can use to get me where I want to be with them. The settings I'm using are in the "User" picture settings. I've turned OPC off, backlight set to +6, contrast: +29, brightness: -8, sharpness: +2, Gamma: 0 (middle), Motion Enhancement: OFF, Film Mode: OFF, and I've got dynamic contrast set to ON. I know the last one is very subjective, but honestly, I find that it more than anything else seems to help ease my "washed out" perception.
I'm at work right now so I can't confirm every detail, but I'll take a shot at shoring these up better tomorrow. I played a round of golf on the set today in Tiger Woods 13. The round was played under sunny conditions at mid-day at Royal County Down. There was definitely some pop in the graphics, but I could see the dynamic contrast at work. It's not intrusive enough to be annoying and I like the adjustments it made... they were all changes I would have made had I been adjusting it manually!