Are there any good calibrations posted for 3D content that people like?
Is there a place in the me/settings where you can see how many hrs you have on ur TV or do u just gotta keep track on ur own?
Good evening all...
This is my first post in this forum, so please excuse the redundant (if it is) question...
I have about 54 hours on my 60ZT60, and was wondering about the video settings...
I know that I need more hours on the set before getting real serious about it...but I was wondering if people notice a big difference between settings - such as those on CNet - and ones others have listed on this forum?....
I'm currently using the ones listed on CNet, and those look pretty darn good to me...
I was hoping to hold out for OLED, but once I found out Panny was exiting the plasma business, I decided to replace my old 42 inch, which I've enjoyed since 2005...and after hooking up the new ZT, it makes me think I should have replaced that old panny years ago!
Also, has anyone listed any video settings for playing games? I play games on an Xbox One, and I find the Cinema setting with CNets adjustments - which I use for movies - a little dim and bland, yet the stock THX Cinema to be too bright...any suggestions?
BTW thanks for the cool ZT thread!
I have had my TV for a few days and am enjoying it. I have a few questions. If someone can point me to the right posts. I haven't mastered finding things within these long threads, although I considered and am trying to read through the entire thread--- there seems to be more than one relevant thread - so this may be a very time consuming goal.
1. When I connect my computer, text does not look good. I connected my computer to other TV's that look great. Are there specific settings I should try? I am connecting a macbook pro retina with an HDMI cable to the TV directly.
2. I would like to try D-NICE's settings, but the settings: suggest using
I can't get access to that Picture mode with HDMI input from my laptop/apple TV/ or while using apps like Netflix. In fact, I was surprised that THX was not available when streaming from one of the built in apps like Netflix.
3. How does using someone like D-NICE's (CNET or other) settings compare to using something like DISNEY WOW or Spears & Munsil HD Benchmark 3D Disc 2nd Edition? Is there a reason to do both? Is one of those DVD's better?
I agree not overly bright...I'll try the home cinema...thanks for suggestion!