Greetings to all.
I have been a lurker for a long time mainly to gain knowledge about the
different technologies so I could make a wise purchase. Well, I made a
purchase and I hope it was a wise one. My wife wanted a new TV for our
office to replace a Toshiba 26" LCD that we were moving into the bedroom
so we found a 32" Sammy at Sam's club, model# LN32D405. We got it two
weeks ago and so far it's great. Seems like it has a better user menu than
the Toshiba which feels kind of clumsy. Anyway, I have been trying to
find calibration settings for this unit, but the only settings I can find is for
the Samsung LN32D450. I have been trying to find the difference between
these two sets and all I can surmise is that they are both the same except
the 450 has a greater contrast ratio than the 405, and the 405 is made
specifically for Sam's Club. So my dilemma is, can I use calibration settings
that I would find online for the 450 on my 405, or would they be different?
Does anyone on this forum have any settings that they would share?
And last, did my wife and I make a decent choice with the LN32D405?
Thanks for any help.