To those asking about the settings: I clearly mentioned twice the pictures/screenshots were from a review
(to which I posted a link on page 2 of this thread already https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post51403265
Unfortunately they are of the school that doesn't believe in publishing settings as each set has variances (and seeing calibration is also his/their job they prefer to offer calibration services). Honestly I don't think they will differ much form most of the published calibrated. I have actually registered on their forum but I don't speak the language, best I could do is see if I can get everything but the white balance settings.
I am also no more than a calibrated settings copier and tinkerer but the majority of content I watch (these days) is sports. I usually try a few published settings and check the contrast settings and black level with the AVS test disc and set the Sports mode by copying over the settings and custom set the Motionflow or just use Clear.
To be clear: the type of content you watch doesn't make a difference as to what the correct colors are. A correctly calibrated set will show the actual colors no matter what content you watch be it sports, anime, movies, etc.
I thought I had posted some other settings from a German review but I don't know where I left them so I will have to translate everything again and will put them up later. One thing of note already is that the Black Level is at 49 instead of 50 so perhaps it will lead to a slightly richer looking picture. If you don't want to wait they were also written down/copied here in post #2 (as they came from a Youtube video): http://www.hifi-forum.de/index.php?a...44&thread=9290
(and that is a X900E settings thread but I normally don't try out other user's settings as I might as well mess around with the settings myself without any calibration equipment. To be clear the post #2
in the link I posted are calibrated settings from a review on Youtube, the rest of the thread is a mix of people's tinkering results and also settings that have been posted here on AVS)
Also I believe DNice owns an X900E, maybe he can provide some ballpark settings just as he did for the A1E (although iirc that was just for white balance).