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Samsung Q95T ADC / WB results

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Hi all,

I messed up my tv by fiddling the service menu. I need the default settings of this TV. Both ADC / WB Results and White Balance Values. I tried re-calibrating but I don't think it is the default values for this model. Please refer to the attached pictures.

Please help. 馃槪

Thanks

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Hi all,

I messed up my tv by fiddling the service menu. I need the default settings of this TV. Both ADC / WB Results and White Balance Values. I tried re-calibrating but I don't think it is the default values for this model. Please refer to the attached pictures.

Please help. 馃槪

Thanks
Second L: all 128
Second R: all 69

Chess Pattern for Samsung TV Calibration
Run this Video on a Console or something like that(in best case 4k upscaled) with Youtube App on HDMI Port. Then go into ADC (while you run this video) and run the calibration. If the numbers a near the upper values (128,128,128,69,69,69) they are correct. If not you need other standard values.

WB:
Offset all: 128
green gain: 128
the only different values are blue gain and red gain! It is impossible to get the right. You need the same panel type and ask for. If you are lucky they work good. BUT IF you haven麓t changed it they are default! ADC Calibration do not change Whitebalance settings!!! Only Result!!!

Otherwise ask Samsung Support. Maybe they will help you.

Never touch service menu again! Without knowledge you will destroy the TV. Make a picture before you change anything. But again. There is no need. Why you changed the calibrated values? They was calibrated. Every TV is auto calibrated from the manifacturers. Without professional tools it is impossible to get right colours. Our eyes can麓t do that. Out of the box Movie Modes give you the best colours.

On testpattern you can see how accurate the values are (movie mode out of the box please).
Here you can get some for free (look at grey and skin tones): test pictures
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