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Awesome glad to know it's not just me lol...thanks for the info much appreciated.
The Netflix app on the TV is buggy too. When I cast from laptop it plays 4k videos smoothly but if I play from the TV app, it often fluctuates the resolution to 720p-1080p-2160p.
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It's hard to say from their CIE chart. What's more important than the gamut coverage is to see how well the display maps the colors inside the triangle.
Even though red is a bit undersaturated in Calibrated, it may perform better if you're looking for an accurate picture. Yellow is skewed to green in Standard too, by the way.
If you're in it for the "pop", standard will fit that bill better, and seems to still keep the white point at the same level.
Note that both of those tests are in SDR mode.

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You can see that the although the outer most dots are off target, the inner dots are on target, and that's where most of the color you see comes from.
It's from 2016 model, right?
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Is this while your watching content or while something is loading?
First noticed it when watching content (the fade to blacks in Mad Max) but it's noticeable when games are loading or something.

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What is the picture mode setting? I suggest using "Calibrated". When playing HDR what is the backlight setting? Also, check that the color space setting is set to Auto or YCbCr and not RGB.
I use calibrated dark, and colour space is auto.

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Yes, when HDR mode is engaged, the black level is higher than in SDR. This is because the backlight is maxed out and the LEDs need to be brighter to be able to ramp up to the required brightness quick enough when it needs to.
And even with all that said, the contrast ratio on my M60-D1 in SDR is x2.5 higher than in HDR because of this raised black level.
Well, that kinda sucks. I feel like rtings should measure an SDR contrast ratio and an HDR contrast ratio.
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The Netflix app on the TV is buggy too. When I cast from laptop it plays 4k videos smoothly but if I play from the TV app, it often fluctuates the resolution to 720p-1080p-2160p.
Why would casting be different than the app on the TV? They are casting to the same implementation.
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Why would casting be different than the app on the TV? They are casting to the same implementation.
I don't know but I've had the same thing happen to me.

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Why would casting be different than the app on the TV? They are casting to the same implementation.
It's not. Casting uses chromecast where using the app is a html5 app streaming directly.
When I complained vizio about netflix problem they asked to check if casting makes it better.
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This new calibration looks good actually, I'm using with cool temperature as normal seems a bit yellowish. cool is a bit blueish but can't find anything between.
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/viz...-2017/settings

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Exclamation AppleTV 4K Info

I know this isn't the AppleTV thread, but I believe that today's news will be interesting for all. I also posted this in the 2016 M series thread.

Briefly, the new "AppleTV 4K" ( that's its official name ) can playback 4K HDR WCG content in both Dolby Vision and HDR10. Awesome!

It will also have Amazon. Cool.

The game changer is the pricing for 4K/HDR content . . . IT WILL BE THE SAME AS THE HD VERSIONS!! Purchase or rentals. No more $30 UHD purchases and $10 rentals!!

If you already have a fairly extensive iTunes movie library ( that would be me ), any titles that the major studios have upgraded to 4K or 4K/HDR will be AUTOMATICALLY/RETROACTIVELY upgraded in your library - FREE!

There are also some new live sports apps that are breakthrough in terms of how they work.

You can place you order this coming Friday and it will ship on Sept 22nd. Starts at $179.
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Indeed but where apple tv falters is DLNA. Or local media streaming! I love apple


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Indeed but where apple tv falters is DLNA. Or local media streaming! I love apple


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How about PLEX? Free in the TVOS app store.

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How about PLEX? Free in the TVOS app store.


Yes! If u could use it but some how i could never make it work to my satisfaction it did not like high bit rate content, did not do atmos, and no HDR either! I hope you are getting all this. Right now there is not much Dv Content out there.


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I know this isn't the AppleTV thread, but I believe that today's news will be interesting for all. I also posted this in the 2016 M series thread.

Briefly, the new "AppleTV 4K" ( that's its official name ) can playback 4K HDR WCG content in both Dolby Vision and HDR10. Awesome!

It will also have Amazon. Cool.

The game changer is the pricing for 4K/HDR content . . . IT WILL BE THE SAME AS THE HD VERSIONS!! Purchase or rentals. No more $30 UHD purchases and $10 rentals!!

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There are also some new live sports apps that are breakthrough in terms of how they work.

You can place you order this coming Friday and it will ship on Sept 22nd. Starts at $179.
Ah that price tag...though I'm about to kill my roku ultra!
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Ah that price tag...though I'm about to kill my roku ultra!
The cost of renting or buying 4K content over time will more than offset any short term pricing disadvantage. And you're getting DV in addition to HDR-10.

Obviously, Apple's pricing strategy will cause a ripple effect across all the content providers. I expect to see some serious pricing adjustments. Either way, the consumer wins.

For me it's a no-brainer because I'm already invested in the Apple ecosystem and have been since 2001 and the iPod!

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Yes! If u could use it but some how i could never make it work to my satisfaction it did not like high bit rate content, did not do atmos, and no HDR either! I hope you are getting all this. Right now there is not much Dv Content out there.


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It's from 2016 model, right?
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Indeed but where apple tv falters is DLNA. Or local media streaming! I love apple
Name me a box that has both Dolby vision and HDR10, excels at DLNA and local media streaming, and outputs native video resolution (not using built in scalers). And I will buy it (Roku and Shield and FireTV don't do all these either afaik). It would pair perfectly for use on this TV, not have any 24p content/60p device output judder issues using non HDMI1 ports (and leaving ARC intact).
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Name me a box that has both Dolby vision and HDR10, excels at DLNA and local media streaming, and outputs native video resolution (not using built in scalers). And I will buy it (Roku and Shield and FireTV don't do all these either afaik). It would pair perfectly for use on this TV, not have any 24p content/60p device output judder issues using non HDMI1 ports (and leaving ARC intact).
I think you will be waiting for quite some time for that, or you will need to manufacturer it yourself. In the meantime you could "slum it" with the AppleTV 4K as it checks most of your boxes . . . .

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So I just noticed on the bottom left and right of the screen, about where the leg stands would go (I'm wall mounted) there seems to be a good bit of light bleed (looks like it's coming out of the vents) . Don't know why I haven't noticed this before. Is this typical?

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So I just noticed on the bottom left and right of the screen, about where the leg stands would go (I'm wall mounted) there seems to be a good bit of light bleed (looks like it's coming out of the vents) . Don't know why I haven't noticed this before. Is this typical?

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Mine has the same light, if I stand under my t.v. and look up, I can see light from inside the holes where the legs would attach. Not really an issue since its under the tv lol.

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Mine is reflecting off the wall and became noticeable when my room is completely dark. Now that I noticed it it's bothering me slightly. Was thinking about bias lighting and that might help mitigate this anyway.

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Mine is reflecting off the wall and became noticeable when my room is completely dark. Now that I noticed it it's bothering me slightly. Was thinking about bias lighting and that might help mitigate this anyway.

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Nature of the beast, bias lighting should help...but for a fald with 32 zones she sure does keep blacks quite well. The one thing that does bother me is relections, which this set handles very poorly imo.
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Mine is reflecting off the wall and became noticeable when my room is completely dark. Now that I noticed it it's bothering me slightly. Was thinking about bias lighting and that might help mitigate this anyway.

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Bias lighting will definitely do the trick, not to mention improve perceived contrast and color but also reduce eye strain. Since I got my bias lighting watching at night is much better.

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I'm very happy with the black levels (especially compared to my 2008 plasma and BenQ 1070), but I totally agree with the reflections - it makes day viewing somewhat difficult and I have to jack the backlight up.

Was thinking about the Media Light: https://www.biaslighting.com/product...nt=19872309639

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Mine is reflecting off the wall and became noticeable when my room is completely dark. Now that I noticed it it's bothering me slightly. Was thinking about bias lighting and that might help mitigate this anyway.

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I can also confirm the drastic improvement using bias lighting. I've now had mine for about two weeks and at first I thought the improvement to contrast was going to be overstated. I decided to watch these past couple of weeks without turning it off to compare. But two nights ago while watching E.T. in 4K, I compared with the bias lighting on and off and what a world of a difference it made. The contrast was drastically improved, color appeared sharper, and any imperfections with the 32 FALD zones were massively reduced. I highly recommend it.

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I can also confirm the drastic improvement using bias lighting. I've now had mine for about two weeks and at first I thought the improvement to contrast was going to be overstated. I decided to watch these past couple of weeks without turning it off to compare. But two nights ago while watching E.T. in 4K, I compared with the bias lighting on and off and what a world of a difference it made. The contrast was drastically improved, color appeared sharper, and any imperfections with the 32 FALD zones were massively reduced. I highly recommend it.
Which bias lighting are you using?

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Which bias lighting are you using?
I picked up this one from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It extends across the top and over halfway down the sides of my 70in display. It does plug into the USB port on the TV, and the included remote is spectacular. It uses RF so you don't have to worry about line of sight with an IR remote. The only thing I will warn you about is that if you use the white light option, it will draw too much power from the USB port. When this happens, it will remain on and at whatever brightness it was set at. To reset, you will need to unplug and plug into a different USB port on another device. Otherwise the remote will not fix nor will simply unplugging and plugging back in. I typically use the light blue setting on mine.
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Finally we have another review of the 2017 Vizio M Series. And it's a glowing review!

https://www.pcmag.com/review/356084/vizio-m65-e0

One interesting observation though: "The M65 can show an impressive color range when displaying high dynamic range (HDR) content. The above charts show Rec.709 color levels as boxes and measured color levels as dots. The left chart shows the Calibrated picture mode, while the right shows the Standard mode at the warmest color temperature preset. The Calibrated mode is designed for standard dynamic range content, and so tamps down on the color range to meet Rec.709 levels. It's largely successful, though reds are undersaturated and yellows skew a bit green. The Standard mode doesn't limit color range, and displays an impressively wide reach for greens and slightly wider selection of reds, while keeping colors accurate."

According to this article, you're better served using the Standard picture option set to Normal color temperature. Thoughts?
I decided to try this out I switched from calibrated to standard-switching the default cool temp to normal. I must say there is a difference in color. Switching back and forth between cal and standard with normal color temp. My roku app icons..much more saturated..youtube is red, like really red.. blue is more blue...etc. cal colors for lack of a better work seem dull and less saturated. I've kept all other settings equal between the two presets including color at 50. I think I'll be sticking with the standard mode with normal color temp, it gives that pop that calibrated is missing.

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How do they compare to the rtings settings here: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/viz...-2017/settings

I've been pretty pleased with those and just adjusting backlight anywhere from 35-60 depending on what I've viewing.
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How do they compare to the rtings settings here: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/viz...-2017/settings

I've been pretty pleased with those and just adjusting backlight anywhere from 35-60 depending on what I've viewing.
I have been using this calibration with cool temperature. The normal color temperature is a bit warm, yellowish and dull. I wish there were something in between cool and normal!
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How do they compare to the rtings settings here: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/viz...-2017/settings

I've been pretty pleased with those and just adjusting backlight anywhere from 35-60 depending on what I've viewing.
I've used those settings-they are still dull compared to standard with normal color temp..atleast to me

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