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Many calibrators will set light output where you want it. Our you get a day mode and a night mode.
As far as properly setting grayscale, gamma and color, there is no better way than to have a pro do it. Or buy a meter yourself.
I get some people do not like a cal, and thats fine, it's where reference vs preference comes in. And accurate, or "looks good to me". For me, I can't stand a tv with gamma, color and grayscale errors. These are easy for me to spot, but Ive been watching calibrated displays since 2008. For displays that cost as much as these, I still laugh when folks talk about how pricey a cal is... I never understood going out and buying a flagship and then turning your nose up at making it accurate.
XBR65A9G / XBR65A8F / 55R615
ATV4K (3) / PS Vue
AVRX6500H / RP-8000F / RP-504C / RP-502S / FV15HP