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Hi, I bought my SHARP TV 60LE830e and looking for the color calibration settings, anyone has this TV and can you share your settings?

Do not give me a link to the pages, just finished the settings, and if you are using.


thank you.
 

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The link above clearly states you're in the wrong forum to ask for "sharing of settings". Go to the appropriate owner's thread and ask there.
 

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Originally Posted by asdffdsa91  /t/1415683/sharp-60le830e-settings/0_20#post_22134281


settings?

Carefully read the link that GeorgeAB posted and then, as suggested, go to the appropriate owners thread. But don't be surprised if any settings you find there look like crap on your set.
 

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Originally Posted by buzzard767  /t/1415683/sharp-60le830e-settings#post_22184491


My guess is a lack of English language comprehension.

yeah, seems like it
 

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Originally Posted by Otto Pylot  /t/1415683/sharp-60le830e-settings#post_22190203


Different tv, different specs, doubtful those settings will produce an accurate, desirable pq.

exactly, and even if it was an identical model, those settings would not have the same effect on the OP's TV vs. his TV... each sample of a given model can vary, sometimes by a lot
 

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Maybe ballpark. Worth a try, since it's reversible. Most are recommending starting in Movie Mode with Expanded Gamut.

I find this setting much more accurate and useable across a wide array of media, from 3D BluRay to CNN.

It's just a strategy -- get rid of the annoying blue cast in the highlights and the clipping of red, magenta and yellow.

If another person finds those same problems in Standard Mode out of the box, then these settings MIGHT help.

Let's skip the hypotheticals! I worked a long time to get this right...
 

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Worth a try

nope
 

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Originally Posted by johnfull  /t/1415683/sharp-60le830e-settings/0_20#post_22191123


Maybe ballpark. Worth a try, since it's reversible.

That's a BIG maybe and still doubtful. Even if he carefully writes down his settings beforehand, all it takes is a misplaced setting or two and he's forever trying to figure out how to fix it other than resetting his tv back to factory. A big waste of time and unnecessary amount of stress. He'd be best off to leave it a factory and tweak to liking his presets and leave the more advanced settings alone. Or, as has been suggested, do an Accurate Picture Adjustment with one of the calibration disks available (free and commercial).
 

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Factory reset was what I meant by reversible.

My settings are only meant as a strategy or mode of attack.

The advanced settings are there for good reason.

The LEDs shift towards even more blue with age, for one thing.


Where could I obtain a calibration disc?

I've labored with monochrome pictures to get the balance right -- relying on adjacent gray tones from various sources.

A good test pattern with a cascade of luminance values juxtaposed would have saved me a lot of grief.

Well, it's too bad that all the sweat and tears is non-transferrable between Quattron sets. Strange, too...
 

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It's not just Quattrons, it's any HDTV, and it's not so strange if you understand mfrs tolerance levels. Besides, calibrating a tv also takes into consideration the viewing environment. And everybody's viewing environment is different. The commercial disk are WoW, DVEssentials, Spears & Munsil, etc. You can download for free the AVS HD709 disk which is what I used. I don't have the link handy but I'm sure someone will post it.
 

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Originally Posted by Otto Pylot  /t/1415683/sharp-60le830e-settings#post_22191445


It's not just Quattrons, it's any HDTV, and it's not so strange if you understand mfrs tolerance levels. Besides, calibrating a tv also takes into consideration the viewing environment. And everybody's viewing environment is different. The commercial disk are WoW, DVEssentials, Spears & Munsil, etc. You can download for free the AVS HD709 disk which is what I used. I don't have the link handy but I'm sure someone will post it.
'AVS HD709' Download
 

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Thanks, guys!

I'll try the second option since I only have a DVD burner.

I have the Denon 1611UD BluRay player.

I'll see how it works...downloads just fine with Seamonkey download manager.

So far, so good...burns fine with ImgBurn...hey, it works!

I'm going to be able to fine-tune the 10-Point Color Temperature to get more uniformity.

It was very close, but has some green/purple shifting in the gray scale with advancing brightness.

I'll edit my list of values when I've finished refining the settings.

I appreciate it and thanks again!
 
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