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My Samsung 55" LED HDTV 3D 1080p SmartTV Pic Settings

by priest3332 / January 7, 2012 11:55 AM PST

After less
than 3 weeks, I returned my
$599.00, Panasonic Viera
50" 1080p
Plasma HDTV back to
Best Buy, due to the
Menu screen permanently burning into the
screen. The built
in features could not
remove the burn in. Take heed to this

I then
bought a $1,899, Samsung 55" LED
1080p HDTV 3D Smart TV package with
3D BlueRay
player and 2 pairs of 3D
glasses. Yeah sometimes cheaper is not
always better
because I got my money's

My Samsung
LED 55" 1080p HDTV 3D
Smart TV Settings For a Crisp Smooth Pic

Select Menu
on your remote, select

Picture Mode
= Natural

Backlight =

Contrast = 87

Brightness =

Sharpness =

Color = 57

Tint = 47

*Scroll down
to, and select "Picture

Color Tone =
Noise Filter = High
MPEG Noise
Filter = High
Film Mode =
Auto 2
Auto Motion
Plus = Clear

settings give excellent picture
results for TV stations broadcasting in
720p, or 480i.

I hope these
settings enhance your HDTV
viewing experience as they did mine. :^)

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40" ES6200 Series 6 Smart 3D LED TV "UA40ES6200R"
by morne10 / August 27, 2012 9:13 PM PDT

Can someone please help me with the calibration settings for my LED TV I'm losing my mind

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by Svigs / December 12, 2012 11:32 AM PST

I have to admit these were the best settings I have seen so far and have been looking for 2 days. Just bought the same tv thanks for your post!

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by tecsonlim / March 23, 2016 2:19 PM PDT

Great settings! Damo nga salamat! ("Many Thanks" in local dialect in Tacloban City called waray-waray)

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Help with 3D
by jolp78 / February 11, 2017 7:24 PM PST

I read your post and it showed me that you have great knowledge about this TV .

I have the same TV but I'm having an issue the settings for 3-D I can't seem to figure out what the best settings are for me to have the most enjoyable 3-D

I've searched online everywhere all I can find our topics and the answers about how people set up the TV itself but I can't find anybody who's actually went through the 3-D settings and set them up

You had the most intelligent post that I found and because of that I wanted to ask you if you did go through the settings for 3-D and if you did would you mind posting them for me so I could punch them in mine to see how it looks for me ?

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