I am new to the OLED world. Just picked up at 65" OLED B8. I am coming from a Samsung Plasma 51" for the past 6 years.
The 4K content is pretty incredible. Even my Apple TV HBO looks good, which isn't 4K.
I do have some questions though, as I know they have been asked 1000x times before and I apologize for that.
1. How do I get rid of the LG guide for my tv channels, and just use the normal Fios guide come up when I push guide? Anyway to do that?
2. I have a sun soaked room, but even with its not sunny, the recommended settings of ratingsdotcom are just to dull and dark for me. Even darker than my old plasma, which I feel had the best picture I have ever seen.
Currently I am using ISF expert bright room. I have kept the OLED light at 80, but besides that the only things I have changed are the energy saving OFF, Gamma at 2.2, and Tru Motion at User Judder 2, blur 10. Now I know its probably the source, as Fios looks pretty damn bad. Streaming shows looks much better, but I need a setting for basic everyday use that I am happy with.
When I use my Apple TV 4K, it goes into dolby Vision cinema home. This setting actually looks much better and brighter ( OLED is only on 50 ) and everything looks pretty great that I watch and steam. Wonder how I can make it look like this on my fios ( whites are SLIGHTLY yellow though ) Currently watching game of thrones and the default settings look good. ( Exe I put the tru motion settings same as above though, and the blacks during game of thrones are not that great)
I like the look of APS mode cause it makes things pop, but it over saturates.
So if ISF is the best mode to use, what can I do to make it look brighter? Ala make it just pop a little more. It looks blah. I am sure as time goes on I would get use to it, but this picture ( When watching fios ) is not better than my old plasma.I assume its not the OLED light that is doing it, considering the Apple TV content is only at an OLED light of 50.
Any help is considered and thanks