HDTV Picture Setting

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UA40ES6200 Settings

by Gaijinza / August 22, 2013 7:05 PM PDT

Hi there.

I have just recently purchased the Samsung UA40ES6200 40 inch model. I will primarily be using it for gaming on the next generation consoles. I was wondering if anyone could please suggest some calibration settings so that I can get the most out of this set? I apologise if these settings have been posted before but I did do a search and did not come up with any results.

Also, I am sorry if this is a stupid question, but there is something else I need assistance with. The set came with 2 sets of 3D glasses. On the actual lenses there are two stickers, one blue and one red on either side, and under that sticker it looks like there is a small film. I was wondering if either of these should be removed? This is my first experience with 3D so please don't laugh too much at this question Wink

Kind regards

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