Sony 75” X900F settings
**NOTE** these settings with Medialight Quad 6500K Bias Lighting (30-40% for movies & Antenna) work best for my setup, and may not work for you.
Panel impressions – "VERY" little DSE (Modernwize DSE Hockey test), uniformity is great, zero banding even in live fast panning shots (NFL/NHL), Slight dark areas in the corners this is not noticeable in normal viewing of content. Youtube has a lot of great 4K video content I used after calibration for visual inspection.
Connected devices – Denon X4400H via ARC, Roku Ultra, Sony X800 via Denon
OREO Firmware version 6.6520 (7-02-19)*
This is my current settings that I'm using for everything, antenna HD, Blu-ray, Streaming internal/Roku.
These settings net an accurate natural image with vibrant colors, deep blacks, excellent contrast, and smooth motion. Until I can put a meter on my set and fine tune the 10pt, this is as close to reference I can get.
**If you are running through an AVR make sure it's set to 4K Enhanced, and Picture modes are set to OFF!!**
Cinema Pro/Expert 1
Auto Picture Mode - AUTO
Light sensor – off
Brightness – 9 (Max HDR)
Contrast – 94 (94 for HDR)
Gamma – -2 (0 for HDR)
Black Level – 50
Black Adjustment - off
Adv. Contrast – off
Auto Local Dimming – High
X-tended Dynamic Range – Off (Medium for HDR/DV)
Color – 50
Hue – 0
Color Temp – Expert 1
Live Color – off
Advance Color Temperature
(updated using new 2pt only)
Reality Creation – Manual 35
Random Noise – off
Digital Noise – off (OTA HD/cable - Low)
Smooth Gradation – Off (OTA HD/Cable - Low)
Motionflow – preference (Custom - Smooth 3 Clearness min)
Cinemotion – off or Low
Video Options – All set to AUTO
Cinema Home/Expert 2
"New" Dolby Vision/HDR10 settings.
Adding the Medialight 6500K bias lighting has improved the perceived contrast of the image, and helps maintain the black levels of the bars in Blu-ray content. For HDR content the contrast is improved, and the black bars are much better with blooming (little to none) with my settings.
If your interested in adding bias lighting I recommend you looking at the Medialight products, or other bias lighting that's 6500K. https://hometheaterhifi.com/reviews/...system-review/