I don't have this set but what I would do is first and fore most can into your advance settings and turn them all off, the Enhanced Contrast or Dynamic Contrast ratio, Adaptive Luma, flesh tones etc. All off.
I would put sharpnes at 3
Tint at 0
Brightness , contrast, color all at 50
Color Temp I would so either standard or Warm
And go from there. if it seems like a needs a little punch raise the color a couple notches, if it seems to washed out drop the brightness down a little bit as well
So get everying at 50 except Tint and Sharpness and go from there.
Also check your DVD's and look for a movie that has a THX logo on the side, in the advance features THX will run your through a basic calibration test patterns that work pretty well.
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