You would be best of to get a calibration disk such as WoW, Spears & Munsil, or the free AVS HD709 and adjust the basic settings yourself based on your viewing environment. Using someone else's settings may work as a starting point but because of component tolerance differences, they may make your tv look worse. Besides, the only way to calibrate your panel is with a light meter and specialized software. Copying settings is not a calibration. All you may need to do is adjust your basic settings using one of the mentioned disks depending on how far off your panel is.
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