Originally Posted by MEGATURON
This is my setting for vivid color. Im no professional but this is one im using for cable and tv. Feel free to give it a try.
Picture mode- dynamic
Tint 50 50
Clor tone- COAL
Digital clean view- off
Mpeg noise- off
Hdmi black - low
Film mode -off
Auto motion- off or clear
Cinema black - low
This picture will give a vivid look. Give it a try nd let me know what you think. Ty
My goodness, while in the end everyone will certainly choose whatever settings they like (which is fine - to each his own), from calibration standpoint however, I'm practically "obligated" to discourage you or anyone for that matter from using those settings. Dynamic mode is the infamously worst mode ever created that's only used for scorching the screen for demo purposes in the stores. Please don't take this personally, but I almost don't know if you are joking or being serious. That's the farthest setting from where a calibrated TV should be - literally the complete opposite:
- Backlight is about double of what it should be - total scorcher
- Brightness high and likely doesn't go as deep with black color as it should or as the TV is capable of (depth of blacks is one of THE most important values for picture depth and quality)
- Sharpness WAY too high (actually should be zero, but I understand if someone prefers a few notches higher - but definitely below 10). At 55 you have so many artifacts and grains in your picture, I'm not sure how you're not noticing it.
- Color too high at 55, over-saturated
- Color temperature exact opposite of the correct color temperature for broadcast material (be it movies, TV, sport, Blu Ray - doesn't matter) - should be Warm2 and you have it on cold...
I only say this with best intentions and encourage you to maybe read up on TV calibration a bit and maybe get an inexpensive calibration DVD (like Disney's WOW disc) just to get started. Since you have joined AVS and show interest in adjusting your picture, I certainly recommend finding out a bit more about what to look for and which targets and references to go by when doing so...
Again, if in the end you just want the brightest scorching picture with no interest in correctly displaying any content, then by all means I guess... Cheers