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Picture Mode: Cinema 1
Backlight: 2
Picture: 92
Brightness: 40 1080i tv / Movies 40
Color: 46
Hue: 0
Color Temperature: Warm 2
Sharpness: 50
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Dot Noise Reduction: Off
Reality Creation: on
Smooth Gradation: high
Motionflow: smooth
CineMotion: Auto
Mastered in 4K: on

Advanced Settings sub menu
Black Corrector: high
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: high
Gamma: +2
LED Dynamic Control: Standard
Auto Light Limiter: Off
Clear White: low
Live Color: low
White Balance [see below]
Detail Enhancer: high
Edge Enhancer: high
Skin Naturalizer: On
Display Speed Preference: Off [greyed out]




these setting has fix my 1080i tv viewing with great deep black levels and now it looks just as good as the HX929 and I have yet to try it with a movie, will i update soon...
 

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hmmm, I was game and tried them on my 65x900b and sorry to say they looked horrible.

My Current settings are below:

Setting Memory Common
Picture Mode Cinema 2
Backlight 5
Contrast/Picture 90
Brightness 48
Color 46
Hue 0
Color temp Cool
Sharpness 30
Noise Reduction Off
MPEG Noise Reduction Off
Dot Noise Reduction Off
Reality Creation Manual
Mastered in 4K ON
Resolution 20
Noise Filtering 30 or Min
Smooth Graduation Off
Motionflow Standard
Cinemotion Off

Advanced Settings
Black Corrector Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer Off
Gamma 0
LED Dynamic Control Standard
Auto Light Limiter Low
Clear White Off
Live Color Off
White Balance
R Gain 0
G Gain -1
B Gain 0
R Bias -2
G Bias 0
B Bias 0
Detail Enhancer High
Edge Enhancer Off
Skin Nat. Off
 

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hmmm, I was game and tried them on my 65x900b and sorry to say they looked horrible.

My Current settings are below:

Setting Memory Common
Picture Mode Cinema 2
Backlight 5
Contrast/Picture 90
Brightness 48
Color 46
Hue 0
Color temp Cool
Sharpness 30
Noise Reduction Off
MPEG Noise Reduction Off
Dot Noise Reduction Off
Reality Creation Manual
Mastered in 4K ON
Resolution 20
Noise Filtering 30 or Min
Smooth Graduation Off
Motionflow Standard
Cinemotion Off

Advanced Settings
Black Corrector Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer Off
Gamma 0
LED Dynamic Control Standard
Auto Light Limiter Low
Clear White Off
Live Color Off
White Balance
R Gain 0
G Gain -1
B Gain 0
R Bias -2
G Bias 0
B Bias 0
Detail Enhancer High
Edge Enhancer Off
Skin Nat. Off

Color temp Cool:eek:.... wow okay lol
 

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Using settings derived from another tv and transferred to yours rarely works satisfactorily. If the do, you're lucky. Even if the settings are from a true calibration (light meter), the component differences (qc variances) between even models of the same line a build can be sufficiently different as to make one tv look like crap. Borrowing settings are good place to start so that you can learn how the different settings interact with each other but the best thing to do is to either tweak to taste what you can, use a calibration disk to adjust the basic settings to your viewing environment, or perform a real calibration either by a professional or learn how to do it yourself.
 
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