Originally Posted by gq278
Sadly, I just recently updated the Firmware to U0905131. I am not really sure if there is a difference. The only functional problem I had with my TV was that occasionally the sound would start skipping when switching from HD and SD channels. This was easily fixed by tuning to the SD channel for a couple of seconds and then changing the channel.
I am here, after all this time, to see if anyone has any new updated settings with this particular update? Specifically for Cable TV and PS3.
I originally used Tiger Dave's settings but I have been playing around with Shrabok, Sam S, and Wdek? settings.
If anyone is still out there, I would love to hear your opinions.
Haven't visited in a while myself and I saw your post and thought I should post my current settings. I have been VERY satisfied with my current settings for a long time now. They use the hue and saturation settings that Sam S most recently posted. My settings are used in a dark room with as close to no light as possible.
Now, you have to remember, the trickiest thing that Sam S had to correct was the green tint in faces around the cheek bone area. With his most recent hue and saturation settings it has completely disappeared. And when I say completely, I do mean completely. No matter what the source (AT&T U-verse, PS3 & Blu-ray, XBox360, DVD Up-converter, etc. I have yet to experience a single
green tinted face. I also found that when set to "User Mode" the colors are the most natural and true to life as possible. Make sure it is on User Mode if you are going to use these settings. Another great thing is that when I play video games that tell you to "adjust the brightness so that such and such is barely visible" it is always
already barely visible. Without Sam S's calibration, this would never have been possible.
The following settings are what I have used to 100% satisfaction for almost 2 years now. Sweet mother, I can't believe it's really been 2 years.
Color Temp: Low
Active Contrast: Off
Fine Motion: Off
I/P Setting: Fast
Film Mode: On
Range of OPC: Max +16 Min -16
Digital Noise Reduction: Off