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Help with calibration of LG 47LN5400

by redneckid / September 15, 2013 6:27 AM PDT

I just purchased a LG 47LN5400 & could use help in calibrating it . I can't seem to adjust it for maximum
picture quality.I must not be selecting correct levels.

I would appreciate any help offered.
Thanks

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Everything except for the color management system
by bigk_guitarman / November 5, 2013 5:57 PM PST

pic mode: expert 1
backlight: 50
C: 97
B: 50
H Sharp: 10
V Sharp: 30
Color: 55
Tint: 0

EXPERT CONTROL:

dynamic contrast: off
color gamut: bt709
edge enhancer: off
color filter: off (obviously)
Gamma: 1.9
Color temperature: warm 2

(LEAVE EVERYTHING ALONE AFTER COLOR TEMP. EXCEPT THE PIC OPTIONS MENU)

PICTURE OPTIONS

N.R.: off
MPEG N.R.: off
Black Level: LOW
Real Cinema: off
Motion Eye Care: off

HOPE THIS HELPS.

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by bigk_guitarman / November 5, 2013 6:12 PM PST

dont forget to enable Just Scan in the Aspect Ratio menu when the input source allows it.

And for AUDIO:

auto volume: on
clear voice 2: 0ff
Balance: 0
Sound Mode: Cinema
Virtual surround: on
Treble: 100
Bass: 80

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UPDATE ON CALIBRATION
by bigk_guitarman / November 12, 2013 9:38 AM PST

Went through one more time and realized i slightly messed up lol here is the correct basic calibration

pic mode: expert 1
backlight: 50
C: 79
B: 50
H Sharp: 9
V Sharp: 30
Color: 46
Tint: G5

EXPERT CONTROL:

dynamic contrast: off
color gamut: bt709
edge enhancer: off
color filter: off (obviously)
Gamma: 2.2
Color temperature: warm 2

(LEAVE EVERYTHING ALONE AFTER COLOR TEMP. EXCEPT THE PIC OPTIONS MENU)

PICTURE OPTIONS

N.R.: off
MPEG N.R.: off
Black Level: LOW
Real Cinema: off
Motion Eye Care: off

HOPE THIS HELPS.

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