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Toshiba Fire TV Settings?

I have the tv set to movie setting as general rule for watching, but it has advance settings such as dynamic backlight, dynamic contrast, HDR tone mapping, MPEG noise reduction, dynamic noise reduction, and edge enhancer. I have read somewhere that I should turn all of this off to get the best most accurate picture. What do you all think?
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No help from anyone??
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That set doesn't show up at all when searched for in the "LCD Flat Panels" area, so it's doubtful anyone here has one. At least, if someone does, they haven't posted about it.

OTOH, most of those are "season to taste" settings. Try adjusting them one at a time using content you are familiar with to see what you think. It's about all you can do.

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I have the tv set to movie setting as general rule for watching, but it has advance settings such as dynamic backlight, dynamic contrast, HDR tone mapping, MPEG noise reduction, dynamic noise reduction, and edge enhancer. I have read somewhere that I should turn all of this off to get the best most accurate picture. What do you all think?
Most of these features are added by the manufacturer to give you the (subjectively) “best” picture. For the most accurate picture, however, you should turn off most of them except HDR tone mapping.
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