Originally Posted by Quicksilv3r
Ok sorry I changed it to Dynamic. I don't what professionals say, they don't have my eyes or know what I think looks good.
Actually, the reality is that the people who create the content know what looks correct to what was intended to please a wide audience. That is their job. They spend millions making it look a certain way, and we now have the technology to reproduce that in the home very accurately.
Basically anything to brighten my picture, I've done it and adding Dynamic from the K8500 has allowed me to love the picture even more. It's all personal preference
Sure, ok, fine as long as you understand that by doing that, you are doing it at the expense of losing picture detail and quality
, and it's less like the original than if you had left everything on standard. Why bother with UHD Blu-Rays if you are going to do such a thing; may as well stick with DVD and whack up the colour to max.
has spent a lot of time and effort explaining this to you
and proving with accurate measurements which you just swept away with your ignorant (sorry to say this, but it was
) "I know best" reply. And I explained to you that that mode is for store displays to compete with the very bright lights. It's a terrible shame you don't want to learn anything, because if you could get used to how films look when reproduced accurately, you would soon see the extra details which you are now telling your TV to throw away, and I think you would enjoy your movies more
as a result.
Here on this forum, we are AVS enthusiasts, and our goal is to reproduce the audio as accurately as possible and reproduce the video as accurately as possible. This is why he spent so much time and effort giving links to
's VERY HELPFUL posts and the CNET article. He gave you everything on a plate and it is blindingly obvious that you didn't read them, after all that. I think this is a shame. But we are now drifting off-topic for this thread.