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Philips 46PFL9705K settings

Hello experts,

I just bought an excellent Philips 46PFL9705K full led.
The 2D quality is one of the best I've ever seen. Really, really.

I'd love to get some information fot its calibration.
Has anybody tried to optimize the settings?


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setup proposed

OK, here are the settings I propose you:

Mode: "cinema"
Contrast: 72
Luminosity: 42
Colour: 55
Sharpness: 3
Color correction, R: 123, G: 108, B: 80
Super resolution: on
Noise reduction: off
Dynamic backlight: best picture
Dynamic contrast: best image
Mpeg reduction: Minimum
Color correction: off
Light sensor: off

And... the big GAMMA difficulty:
I actually set it to -3, but... I found some posts in Greece about 46PFL9705H where they balanced the curves with +3 (and they say it's suggested by Philips) my eyes going over +1 makes a terrible result, but...
Who can tell?

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alternative working setting

Contrast: 44
Luminosity: 45
Sharpness: 35
Nitidezza: 7
Noise: off
Tint: normale
Perfect natural motion: off
400 Hz clear LCD: on
Max res: on
Perfect contrast: off
Dynamic backlight: best picture
Mpeg reduction: offf
Color optimization: off
Gamma: - 4

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