Originally Posted by HuskerHarley
If I get a professional calibration does it only apply to the Picture Mode the Calibrator uses? I'd like to have one for Sports, Prime-Time TV, Movies & 4K-HDR but would hate to have to pay for separate Picture Mode Calibrations????
Never paid a professional calibrator, so not sure if they charge by the preset. My understanding is the calibration is designed to give you a picture neutral starting point for your unique TV panel, in your unique lighting setting, which accounts for both day, night, ambient, and dark conditions. If you want different settings for different kinds of programming it may very well cost more. However, they should all start from the same point, which is the most time consuming part of it.
Originally Posted by jge1
Seems like this is a plus, as you may want different settings, to account for different characteristics of various sources.
One would hope that at some point they fix the bug where you have to go to Bluetooth settings and re-connect your headphones almost every time you use them. Inexplicable and inexcusable that they haven't managed to get this right.
It's not about being a plus to adjust multiple picture settings independently, it's about starting from the same point on each setting and adjusting from a known good picture. Say you get your set calibrated and want to start from those pure settings on each preset; you'll have to re-enter those settings first before you can start adjusting them. And that's a drawback to the Sony, over which the LG had the clear advantage.
I never have to reconnect my BT headphones, or any other BT device. Paired them once, and whenever I turn them on, they connect to the 900E. And that's everything from a cheap $20 BT dongle to high end Beats. I've read all 14K+ posts and don't recall ever seeing your problem reported here before. Try another BT device with it and see if it has the same problem. If so, might want to call Sony.