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Calibrating New LCD

by kpdesigns / January 28, 2009 11:59 PM PST

I just purchased a LN40A630. I love it, however I think I need to calibrate it. But I don't have a blu-ray player yet and I would like to get one so that I could get the Blu Ray version of the DVD Essentials disc. Since it might be a while before I get the blu ray player, should I just keep my tv on standard picture mode for now?

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by iVersatile / January 29, 2009 12:11 AM PST
In reply to: Calibrating New LCD

TweakTV has calibrated your current model but the 52" version. The settings below might work for you.

Picture Modes
Picture Mode : Movie
Cell Light : 5
Picture Settings
Contrast : 70
Brightness : 48
Sharpness : 0
Color : 52
Tint : 0

Detailed Settings
Detail Settings : Default
Picture Options : Default
Color Space : Default
White Balance : Default
Fleshtone : Default
Edge Enhancement : Default
XVYCC Color : Default

Picture Options
Color Tone : Default
Size : Default
Digital NR : Default
DNIE : Default
HDMI Black Level : Default
Film Mode : Default
Blue Only Mode : Default
Auto Motion Plus : Default
Picture Size : Just Scan

^^ Theres the Link in case you want to check it out. These settings do not substitute a professional calibration but they should be good enough til you get it calibrated.

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by iVersatile / January 29, 2009 12:16 AM PST
In reply to: TweakTV

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