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Samsung 55 hu 8500 what are the best settings hd
You can't use someone else's numbers, even for the same set, and expect them to be perfect. The picture settings are governed by the viewing conditions in your TV room.
Settings such as Brightness can only be set correctly in the room where you are viewing. Brightness affects where you might then set gamma, and contrast, and colour. So just one setting has a lot of impact on several other areas of the picture.
Putting in someone else's numbers will make the picture look different. But that's not the same as the "best" calibration for your TV.
If you want to do a good set-up without spending any money, have a look at your DVDs and Blu-rays for those titles with the THX Optimizer.
Posted on Sep 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PICTIRE SETTINGS
1. you should have a HD source, such as direct tv with HD channels
2. You need to connect this source with a HDMI cable
3. Make sure all the setting match from the source to the tv
Posted on May 28, 2008
Adjust backlight respectively asin the brighter the room the higher the backlight setting the darker the room the lower if you go below 16(if the room is totally dark, turn backlight to 0 and bump up brightness 3 or 4.
p.s. the cinema setting is pretty darn good for out of box calibrations just turn off high contrast, colors, tru motion for normal non 100% computer generated movies for example, finding nemo and the rest of the animated movies look excellent with tru motion regular film is too video like it looks like soaps to me but hey you may like it so whatever floats ur boat do you have blu ray player, well if ur going to get one get the bdps350 as it does 24fps excellent and well so does your tv it actually uses 5:5 pulldown which is great. (leave tru motion off when feeding 24fps/ real cinema!)Great tv pick dont follow the hype lg is a good brand. lol no i dont work for lg just sick of the sony, samsung, sharp fans. As far as lcd goes lg70 is it right now. I didnt calibrate for sd but i would say they should be pretty close honestly. ill check when i get time.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Go to menu on your remote control and select picture setting and try selecting "default" setting to seeif you like the color, if not adjust contrast to about two thirds of the way and brightness to your liking and color to about the middle.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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Because of the manufacturing process each tv has its own perfect settings that must be adjusted individually. A good tutorial on how to do that can be found here
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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