I've got a Vizio E60-C3, and I've got a couple calibration questions for you all:
First, is "normal" considered the most accurate color temperature? I've ready many places that the warmest setting is typically closest to the D6500 standard. It's actually not even clear to me what is the warmest setting on the Vizio. At first I thought it was the "computer" setting, but some sites I've looked at made it sound like the "normal" setting is actually the warmest. Most websites I've looked at do recommend this setting, and it does look best to me. However, I've also read many that the warmest setting oftentimes doesn't look best even if it is most accurate, so I wonder if it would be worth it to see if the "computer" setting could be an acquired taste (if that is indeed the warmest setting).
Also, I'm wondering about the "Active LED zones" setting. It seems to me that most sources say to turn it off. However, I've noticed that during all black scenes in a movie (like the blackness between scenes) there are lighter splotches on the screen. For some reason this bothers me. When I turn on the "active LED zones" setting, this largely takes care or it. From what I can tell the "active LED zones" doesn't negatively affect the picture in other ways, but I haven't gone over it too carefully. Is the "active LED zones" setting really that bad? Do others turn it on?
I apologize if these questions have already been covered. I don't really have time to go over such a long thread. Thank you!
Last edited by Greenwood Ave; 10-12-2015 at 07:13 PM.