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LG 55LM7600 Calibration Competition!

post #1 of 11
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Hey everyone I am trying to start thee most amazing thread on calibration settings for our amazing tvs. I will be looking at everyone's calibration setups and whoever has the best picture quality setting with their calibration set up will receive a $150 PayPal transfer from yours truly. Let the competition begin!!!! cool.gif!
post #2 of 11
Energy Saving OFF
Picture Mode ISF Expert 1
Backlight 41
Contrast 86
Brightness 57
H Sharpness 25
V Sharpness 25
Color 58
Tint G6
Super Resolution OFF
LED Local Dimming OFF
Dynamic Contrast OFF
Noise Reduction OFF
MPEG Noise Reduction OFF
Black Level LOW
Color Gamut STANDARD
Edge Enhancement OFF
Color Filter OFF
Color Temp WARM
GAMMA 2.2
Method 2 Point IRE
Pattern OUTER
Color Management System White Balance
Color Tint Luminance
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Yellow -2 -1 0
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0"
post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by EaglePC View Post

Energy Saving OFF
Picture Mode ISF Expert 1
Backlight 41
Contrast 86
Brightness 57
H Sharpness 25
V Sharpness 25
Color 58
Tint G6
Super Resolution OFF
LED Local Dimming OFF
Dynamic Contrast OFF
Noise Reduction OFF
MPEG Noise Reduction OFF
Black Level LOW
Color Gamut STANDARD
Edge Enhancement OFF
Color Filter OFF
Color Temp WARM
GAMMA 2.2
Method 2 Point IRE
Pattern OUTER
Color Management System White Balance
Color Tint Luminance
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Yellow -2 -1 0
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0"
yeah these are good man
post #4 of 11
My set is professional isf calibrated.
post #5 of 11
2D 3D
Energy Saving: Off Off
Picture Mode: Expert1 Expert1
Backlight: 32 100
Contrast: 75 80
Brightness: 53 52
H Sharpness: 0 10
V Sharpness: 0 10
Color: 50 50
Tint: 0 0
Expert Control
Dynamic Contrast: Off Off
Super Resolution Off Off
Color Gamut: BT709 Standard
Edge Enhancer Off Off
xvYCC

Color Filter Off Off
Expert Pattern

Gamma: 2.2 or 2.4 2.2 or 2.4
White Balance
Color Temperature: Warm Warm
Method: 2-Point and 20-point 2-point
Pattern: Outer 2-point
High: R -10, G 0, B +7 R 0, G -27, B+13
Low: R +1, G 0, B +8 R -3, G 0, B, 0
20-point
10: R +2, G +1, B -3 N/A
15: R +1, G +1, B -1
95: R 0, G 0, B +2
All Others: R 0, G 0, B 0
Luminance 130
CMS settings [( ) = 3D]:

Color Saturation Tint Luminance
Red -1 (0) -20 (-12) +6 (+5)
Green +19 (0) 0 (0) +5 (+5)
Blue 0 (0) 0 (0) +6 (0)
Cyan 0 (0) 0 (+10) +3 (+4)
Magenta 0 (0) 0 (0) +4 (+1)
Yellow 0 (0) -4 (0) +2 (+3)
2D/3D Picture Option
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Black Level Low
Real Cinema ----
Eye Care Off
LED Local Dimming High
TruMotion Off
post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

My set is professional isf calibrated.

Can you post the settings then so we can all check them out?

Thanks
post #7 of 11
Just a question, why do all of you like the "warm" color temperature? mine looks horribly "warm"/reddish with warm/warm2 or even medium. I'm happier with cool. Am I missing something?
post #8 of 11
Bump because my query wasnt answered. Haaa

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post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by Fenrir7 View Post

Just a question, why do all of you like the "warm" color temperature? mine looks horribly "warm"/reddish with warm/warm2 or even medium. I'm happier with cool. Am I missing something?
Warm gets you to reference color. Cool is way to blue and unnatural. The point to calibrating a TV is to try and get colors to look like they would in real life and using a cool setting just won't get you there. Obviously if that is what you like then no one should stop you from using it but if you want a natural picture then you need to be on a warm setting.
post #10 of 11
My set was isf professionally calibrated by Kevin Miller. Pq is awesome.
post #11 of 11
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Originally Posted by eric3316 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Fenrir7 View Post

Just a question, why do all of you like the "warm" color temperature? mine looks horribly "warm"/reddish with warm/warm2 or even medium. I'm happier with cool. Am I missing something?
Warm gets you to reference color. Cool is way to blue and unnatural. The point to calibrating a TV is to try and get colors to look like they would in real life and using a cool setting just won't get you there. Obviously if that is what you like then no one should stop you from using it but if you want a natural picture then you need to be on a warm setting.

Finally answer. Thanks! Will try to see again later if I can "warm up" to the warm tone. biggrin.gif

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