If you're asking for calibration settings you're better off to get the free AVS HD709 disk and adjust the basic settings (contrast, brightness, sharpness, color, and aspect) yourself for your own particular model and viewing environment. Adjusting your settings may be all you need. Otherwise, using someone else's settings may be less than desirable because of the variability of component tolerances from tv to tv.
I have used the calibrations posted by members on this board on several tv's and they have been fine. Many others have done the same. I'm not looking for nor expecting a professional calibration, just some fine tuning and tweaking.
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