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Settings needed! LG 55LS4500

by m_tegey / November 11, 2012 12:51 PM PST

I just bought a 55" LG 55LS4500 LED-LCD from Best Buy. I like the TV so far and because its a warranty replacement for a two year old 55" Insignia LCD so I have no complaints. I am however a little leary that I can't find any information about this TV. So if anybody else also has this model please submit your feedback! Thanks!!!

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Same boat
by pineapple- / November 12, 2012 1:53 PM PST

I love the set but cant find anything for settings on it too.

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LG 55LS4500 Piture Settings!
by bupbup777 / January 17, 2013 12:39 PM PST

Here are 2 settings people have tried that they like. I will post the website link where I found these settings at the bottom. As of 1/17/2012, there were 2 primary settings that were readable and simple, and a couple others for personal likes. I prefer the Second settings, However it depends if your firmware is updated. I am using the original Firmware, Updated firmware has more setting as seen in the first suggestion.

1st Setting people like: (Updated Firmware)

Vivid Mode

Backlight - 90
Contrast - 90
Brightness - 60
Sharpness - 70
Color - 60
Tint - 0
Color Temp. - C50

Advanced Control:

Dynamic Contrast - Off
Dynamic Color - Off
Noise Reduction - High
Gamma - High
Black Level - Auto
Film Mode - On
Color Gamut - Wide
Edge Enhancer - On
White Balance - (Unknown)

2nd Setting people like: (Original Firmware)

Expert Mode

Backlight - 75
Contrast - 93
Brightness - 48
H Sharpness - 65
V Sharpness - 65
Color - 57
Tint - 0

Advanced Control:

Dynamic Contrast - Off
Noise Reduction - Low
Gamma - Medium
Black Level - Low
Color Gamut - Wide
Edge Enhancer - Off
White Balance - Warm

Original Source Website:

P.S. The website above also discusses settings if you are using it as a computer monitor.

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LG 55LS4500 Piture Settings! - Side Note
by bupbup777 / January 17, 2013 1:15 PM PST

Also, nearly everyone disables the Energy Saving Feature. It adjusts the brightness of the screen depending on how bright it is in the room. If it is bright in the room, it will brighten the screen. If it is dark in the room it will darken.
Most people like consistent coloring, so they disable it.

Energy Saving - Off

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