Originally Posted by Elton Noway
I also came from a high end plasma into the 65B6P ... Motion is great, no judder or blur on my panel. Others have reported slight motion blur. Some say its in the eye of the beholder, an optical illusion... others say its because they failed to update their set to the latest firmware and/or they haven't set it up correctly. FYI: Your best bet is to start with these settings:
ISF Expert Dark Room
Expert Controls: All settings to OFF
Noise Reduction: Off
Mpeg NR: Off
Black Level: Low
Real Cinema: On
Motion Eye Care: Off
TruMotion: User - De-Judder:0, De-Blur: 10 (on my specific set)
HDR is amazing... as are the awesome black levels. Better than adequate? Absolutely!
Not ideally. For starters, SpaceDave provided great advice about waiting until after the infancy period. No sense paying for a calibration only to have the set fail shortly afterwards. That said, several calibrators in this forum have said to wait at least 200 hours, others have said to wait as long as long as 300 hours. If your panel is anything like mine, the picture is so great you start to question if you even want to spend the money to have it calibrated. Its not like its painful to watch waiting for 100 hours to pass. In other words, you can easily live with it for hundreds of hours just the way it is when it comes out of the box. No reason to jump on calibration right away.
Thanks, man. I appreciate the help and info.
I got the set today.
Out of curiosity, when the HDR is turned on, is it normal that I only have three picture modes to choose from? For instance, I can't access ISF Expert to adjust the picture settings.
Would you be able to recommend me some quality HDR settings that work for both film and gaming?
Other than that, this TV set is absolutely mind-blowing.
I've bought some pretty cool electronics over the last few years, but this is the first piece of hardware I've purchased that feels legitimately revelatory.
No way, NO WAY, can anyone justify going LCD after you've seen this set.