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post #181 of 3922
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Originally Posted by jeffro23 View Post

from what I understand the 8600 has a dual core processor and also has the silver/chrome bezel of the 6700

Thanks. The 9600 looks very interesting with backlit thingamabob
post #182 of 3922
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by taxman193 View Post

Okay guys. I just purchased the Lg 55LM7600. I am coming from a TV that I loved, the Sony 55NX810 but I was robbed last week and they took my TV so I Purchased this one.

Here is my problem. I love the TV including the 3d, features, look of the TV etc.. However, I am not impressed with the picture right now. Maybe it is because I had such a great tweaked picture on my Sony. I know if I can just find the right settings for this LG I will be happy. I don't want to return it within the 30 days.

I am thinking about purchasing the calibration service which I have never done before but this just seems expensive to me and I can't be sure that the BB tech will have the tools to do anything more than I can do.

I have seen the various settings placed in this formum but they don't seem to work for me. I Thought i Had some better settings that I found for a similar LG TV with a complete list of settings for the white balance settings and color management. I tried it but it still doesn't look right to me ( to much yellowish tint )

Does anyone have a complete set of settings that works for them? Can you share them.

Has anyone used a professional Calibration service before, including BB's. Is it worth it? ( 250 plus tax)

I dont' think the calibration disks out there do more then set the brightness, contrast color temp. Not sure this would help.

What settings are you guys using? Do you just use the vivid or standard as programed?

Any help would be appreciated.

I bought the set the day it came out. Had it for a week and returned it. I wanted to like the tv cuz it was beautiful but like you I could not get any settings that I was happy with. I was pissed. I really wanted the Samsung D7000 series but too expensive and too many problems with flash lighting and clouding. When the D8000 went on sale for $1800 I figured I would take a chance on it. I love this tv. Knock on wood, barely any flash lighting and uniformity looks pretty good. The only issue I have is the judder/studder on fast motion scenes. I guess there is a software issue with AutoMotion plus that Samsung refuses to acknowledge. My setting have made it barely noticeable and I am very happy with this tv. I still need to do some tweaking but so far so good
post #183 of 3922
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Originally Posted by taxman193 View Post

...I tried it but it still doesn't look right to me ( to much yellowish tint )...

Typically a Color Temp that is too warm will cause a yellowish tint. Try playing with that setting.
post #184 of 3922
Very interested to see if the replacement sets have the same flashing. Now that I've got mine up on the wall, I'm noticing more light leaking in the lower left and upper right. It's borderline acceptable.
post #185 of 3922
I have the same tv for 3 weeks already.....there are not trumotion setting for this tv.....i just call lg support center.....how did you find yours?
post #186 of 3922
No trumotionsettings always on said lg......just called about that matter....
post #187 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Phantastica View Post

Very interested to see if the replacement sets have the same flashing. Now that I've got mine up on the wall, I'm noticing more light leaking in the lower left and upper right. It's borderline acceptable.

Im in the same boat. Im eventually gonna take it back to BB for a new set. Ive already talked to them about it. Id like to try it out at the store before I take it home. The set is too expensive to live with flashlights in the corners. Funny how it seems to always be those 2 corners.

Strange that the 2 Ive seen on display had absolutely no flashlighting. My skeptical side is wondering if they do this on purpose...
post #188 of 3922
dedicatedht.....how did you turn off the trumotion of the lg lm7600
post #189 of 3922
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Originally Posted by jeffro23 View Post

Im in the same boat. Im eventually gonna take it back to BB for a new set. Ive already talked to them about it. Id like to try it out at the store before I take it home. The set is too expensive to live with flashlights in the corners. Funny how it seems to always be those 2 corners.

Strange that the 2 Ive seen on display had absolutely no flashlighting. My skeptical side is wondering if they do this on purpose...

this work for me put your local diming on hi
post #190 of 3922
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Originally Posted by lkaufma1 View Post

Has anyone figured out how to access the tru motion menu? I had it, and then lost it!

no trumotion menu...this tv doesn't have that ....trumotion always on...i had the same problem and i call lg..that what they told me
post #191 of 3922
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Originally Posted by shark140 View Post

this work for me put your local diming on hi

I've been keeping local dimming on high as it helps a bit, but unfortunately there's still more than enough light bleeding even with it enabled.
post #192 of 3922
BB calibration service is not the best you can do for the money. You could do nearly as well by downloading the AVS HD 709 discs that are free on this forum and doing it yourself. The best way to spend your calibrating dollars is to contact someone from this forum as well.

You can locate a calibrator and find the AVS 709 thread here:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forumdisplay.php?f=139
post #193 of 3922
Thread Starter 
When I had mine, I was able to disable it
post #194 of 3922
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Originally Posted by shark140 View Post

no trumotion menu...this tv doesn't have that ....trumotion always on...i had the same problem and i call lg..that what they told me

Not true. The tru motion settings can be turned on or off. If your set doesn't have the option in the "Picture Options" menu, you will need to get a replacement. My replacement set for this problem is coming on Saturday.
post #195 of 3922
Another review, but it's actually for the 6700...

http://www.gadgetreview.com/2012/03/...tv-review.html
post #196 of 3922
In what might be the best possible example of bad timing, after weeks of deliberation and lurking in these LED threads, I purchased a 55lm7600 for our living room. The bad timing? It was delivered this morning but there are some furniture concerns, and the updated wiring doesn't get installed until April 11th, so it will rest in its box until at least next weekend. No unboxing video here yet, but at least these can taunt me until unboxing/install.

I'll lurk no more and can't wait to actually comment on the tv (and soundbar) soon.
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post #197 of 3922
Hi all,

Spent couple of days with this TV and so far it has been great! I'm calibrating my TV with few Blurays, got a few questions :

If anybody can shed some light on the usefulness and usage conditions for the following settings that would be great :
Dynamic Contrast (Right now I have it set as OFF ... the colors seem just a tiny bit artificial with this being ON, but in a good way)
LED Local Dimming (Right now set at LOW ... I'm happy with what I see, how do you guys adjust it and in what conditions ? )
Backlight (I have it set at 50 ... but from other members posts I see that they set it at 100 ... maybe for a bright room perhaps)

Also note that the settings I mentioned are for a dark room
post #198 of 3922
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Originally Posted by CoryB23 View Post

In what might be the best possible example of bad timing, after weeks of deliberation and lurking in these LED threads, I purchased a 55lm7600 for our living room. The bad timing? It was delivered this morning but there are some furniture concerns, and the updated wiring doesn't get installed until April 11th, so it will rest in its box until at least next weekend. No unboxing video here yet, but at least these can taunt me until unboxing/install.

I'll lurk no more and can't wait to actually comment on the tv (and soundbar) soon.

how in the world can you just let it sit there and not pull it out and at least plug and it and play with it?!

that would drive me insane
post #199 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Threefiddie View Post

how in the world can you just let it sit there and not pull it out and at least plug and it and play with it?!

that would drive me insane

thats what she said!
post #200 of 3922
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Originally Posted by hornedbronco View Post

Hi all,

Spent couple of days with this TV and so far it has been great! I'm calibrating my TV with few Blurays, got a few questions :

If anybody can shed some light on the usefulness and usage conditions for the following settings that would be great :
Dynamic Contrast (Right now I have it set as OFF ... the colors seem just a tiny bit artificial with this being ON, but in a good way)
LED Local Dimming (Right now set at LOW ... I'm happy with what I see, how do you guys adjust it and in what conditions ? )
Backlight (I have it set at 50 ... but from other members posts I see that they set it at 100 ... maybe for a bright room perhaps)

Also note that the settings I mentioned are for a dark room

To get the best blacks and contrast set it as low as possible and then adjust the contrast to brighten the image and the brightness to further adjust the blacks and for better shadow details.
post #201 of 3922
Help this old guy out. I have my 7600 set for about 3 weeks. Happy with it, sound bar just OK. Want to use my old Sony Surround (SV1) which only has RCA connection. I hope I did the right thing. I ordered from Ebay an optical converter to analog RCA out and and optical splitter to feed my sound bar and Sony surround through the converter. This is so I can use either the bar or the surround. Hope this makes sense.
post #202 of 3922
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Originally Posted by CoryB23 View Post

In what might be the best possible example of bad timing, after weeks of deliberation and lurking in these LED threads, I purchased a 55lm7600 for our living room. The bad timing? It was delivered this morning but there are some furniture concerns, and the updated wiring doesn't get installed until April 11th, so it will rest in its box until at least next weekend. No unboxing video here yet, but at least these can taunt me until unboxing/install.

I'll lurk no more and can't wait to actually comment on the tv (and soundbar) soon.

LOL, I could never just let it sit there for 2 weeks
post #203 of 3922
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Originally Posted by jeffro23 View Post

thats what she said!

indeed
post #204 of 3922
It definitely won't be sitting there a full 2 weeks. I'm hoping to have a new cabinet as early as tonight so I can set up the tv on its stand for a few weeks before the electrical updates are complete and the mount installed.

The only thing helping my patience in this case is the fact that work isn't allowing free time to set things up. :-)
post #205 of 3922
Hi everybody,

Seen alot of talk about not being able to adjust tru motion settings. I just unboxed my 7600 tonight and can confirm that i'm able to adjust tru motion settings in picture options as follows:

1. clear plus
2. clear
3. smooth
4. off
5. user defined

Really glad this option is available. Clear plus is pretty overwhelming!!
post #206 of 3922
Just mounted my third set. I can now happily say this is the tv I've been wanting. No issues with:

1) HDMI
2) Flashlighting
3) Tru Motion settings

I am one happy LG 557600 owner!!
post #207 of 3922
^ good to hear, so you returned two 7600s and the 3rd has no flashlighting?

how did this problem compare across all 3 sets?
post #208 of 3922
well broke down today and bought this tv. hhgregg gave me a pretty sweet deal and it was last day for free sound bar as well.

Right now loving it! The 3d depth and 3d viewport settings make for some really nice depth and pop 3d and that viewport setting makes the 2d-3d conversion realllly nice by separating the conversion images more. I watched Resident Evil afterlife 3d earlier, what a terrible movie but 3d on it was ok. Also took quick look at tron 3d and avatar 3d and pretty impressed. Watching women's snowboardng on directv 3d now.

overall though loving the tv, and the sound bar isn't bad at all was actually surprised by the bass the wireless sub puts out... especially for free. This isn't our theater tv anyways (projector for that unless it's 3d content) so sound bar does just fine for living room and gets quite loud too.
post #209 of 3922
Has anyone had their LM7600 professionally calibrated yet? I am curious if the calibration results are stored as new picture modes. I currently have 7 modes: 1. Intelligent Sensor 2. Vivid 3. Cinema 4. Standard(User) 5. Game 6. Expert 1 and 7. Expert 2. So, do the professional settings get stored under the two Expert modes or are new modes "unlocked"? I've read in the forums here that the professional calibrators have special access to settings I don't and that they lock the settings so I can't change them. I'm not sure I'd like to give up my 2 Expert modes since those have settings the others don't. I'd like to hear from anyone who has had this model professionally calibrated. Thanks.
post #210 of 3922
Still trying to tweak this picture but still not happy. I may purchase a calibration disk or just get the professional service.

I do have a couple of questions I am hoping someone can answer:

1) When I highlight the information screen on top it says 60hz. Should this say 240hz? Does the 60hz just refer to the signal coming in and that will always be 60hz and not 240hz?

2) I saw some comments that one of the reasons they purchased this TV was the ability to adjust the refresh rate. What are they referring too? Are they referring to the fact you can adjust the True Motion between the different settings or is there some way to adjust the refresh rate between 60 and 240hz?

3) I also saw a comment that someone loved the "Clear Plus" setting in the True Motion settings. When I use this setting all it seems to do it make the picture very dim and I do not notice any difference in picture quality. In fact, I don't notice a difference in picture quality between any of the True Motion settings. I had a Sony before I purchased this TV and when I toggled with that TV's motion settings it made an immediate impact where you really noticed a difference. How do I know if my True Motion is working on this TV? How do I know if I am getting 240hz?

Thanks
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