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Sony NSX-46GT1 picture settings

by katzmaier CNET staff/forum admin / November 5, 2010 4:41 AM PDT


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Below you'll find the settings we found best for viewing the Sony NSX-46GT1 in a dark room via the HDMI input with a 1080p, film-based source. Your settings may vary depending on source, room conditions, and personal preference. Check out the Picture settings and calibration FAQ for more information.

--Settings>Picture & Sound>Picture adjustments menu
Picture Mode: Custom

--Detailed settings sub-menu
Backlight: 5
Picture: 71
Brightness: 57
Color: 58
Hue: 0
Color Temperature: Warm 2
Sharpness: 0
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
CineMotion: Auto

--Advanced settings
Black Corrector: Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Off
Gamma: -1
Live Color: Off

--White Balance
R-Gain: 0
G-Gain: 0
B-Gain: -19
R-Bias: 0
G-Bias: 0
B-Bias: 2

--Screen adjustments sub-menu--
Wide Mode: Full
Auto Wide: Off
4:3 Default: Off [grayed out]
Display Area:
Auto setting: un-checked
Manual setting: Full pixel
Screen position: [grayed out]
Vertical size: [grayed out]

--Settings>TV settings>Eco menu
Power Saving: Off
Quick Start: Off
Idle TV Standby: On
Auto Shut Off: On
Light Sensor: Off

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