Have a Samsung 43" RU7100. Just used the calibration settings at RTINGS......my tv has both 2.2 and BT1886 gamma. Which is the one to use?
how do i get the colors from being over brightened, reds light blues yellows oranges look really bright.
im using the Dynamic mode
sharpness is at 12 which is what tv automatically has it set to
ive dropped contrast down to 35 from 50 and color down to 23 from 30
I also went in the service menu and changed the following
pw max to 100
pwm in 2d to 100
pwm movie to 100
pwm mid 100
and pwm min to 0
this takes the auto dimming out, has helped a lot with the very over saturated colors and the auto dimming
Looks good - except for the "motion lighting" feature. It is a form of auto dimming that attenuates the backlight during fast-moving scenes. It's also a feature that Samsung has used to meet (? cheat) energy-efficiency standards:Have tv perfect now, no more color saturation and picture is great,
got the service menu PWM settings as follows
pw max 100
pwm ini 2d 100
pwm movie ini 100
pwm mid 5
pwm min 0
Expert settings Dynamic mode
back light 50
digital clean view Auto
auto motion plus Custom - judder reduction 3- led clear off
contrast enhancer high
color tone cool
ambient light detection on
minimum back light 20
power saving off
motion lighting on
Quick question for anyone who uses this TV as a PC monitor:
If you notice, when hooked to a PC via HDMI, many Picture Settings are grayed out. Similarly, I need to change the Input's label to PC. This isn't a huge deal, but since I have my PC connected to an HDMI hub, I'll have to do some unplugging/replugging in to re-initiate the HDMI handshake. And then, when going to another device on the hub, I have to edit the Input's label back to "Game Console" so that I can edit Picture Settings again.
Again, this isn't the most annoying thing, but is there a way to automate this so that the TV can detect "Oh, this is a PC signal, I'll use these settings" or "Oh, this isn't a PC anymore, I'll use these settings" ?
Would mostly be helpful because I'm not the only one in the house that might want to use the PC on the TV, and I'm the only one who can really figure this stuff out. Thanks!
That would be super helpful, though admittedly I've never been able to find the option to disable the autodetection. I can hit Exit on the remote to cancel it but have never been able to figure out how to bipass it completely. Will have to dedicate some time to looking at the menu a bit more to see if I can disable it.I don't know.
But you may be better off trying to disable or override any automatic detection and say: "Oh, this is my TV (not Samsung's), I'll use my own settings, regardless of input label/device".