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Sharp LC-70LE732U picture settings

by katzmaier CNET staff/forum admin / July 26, 2011 5:40 AM PDT


Related products:
Sharp LC-70LE733U
Sharp LC-70LE734U
Sharp LC-70LE735U

Calibration report using these settings:

Below you'll find the settings we found best for viewing the Sharp LC-70LE732U in a dim room via the HDMI input at 1080p/24 resolution. Your settings may vary depending on source, room conditions, and personal preference. Check out the Picture settings and calibration FAQ for more information.

--Picture Settings menu

OPC: Off
Backlight: +12
Contrast: +30
Brightness: 0
Color: 0
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 0

--Advanced sub-menu

C.M.S. -Hue
R: 0
Y: 0
G: -5
C: +6
B: -1
M: +2

C.M.S. -Saturation
R: 0
Y: -1
G: -6
C: 0
B: -9
M: -2

C.M.S. -Value
R: +2
Y: 0
G: +3
C: +4
B: 0
M: 0

Color Gamut Range: Standard

Color Temp: Low
R Gain (LO): -3
G Gain (LO): -3
B Gain (LO): -3
R Gain (HI): +1
G Gain (HI): -5
B Gain (HI): -4

Motion Enhancement: 120Hz High
Quad Pixel Plus: On
Active Contrast: Off
Gamma Adjustment: 0
Film Mode: Off
Digital Noise Reduction: Off
Monochrome: Off
Range of OPC: [any]

Note: This post was edited by its original author added link to calibration report on 07/26/2011 at 12:45 PM PT

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(NT) Do these settings apply to the 240 hz LC-70LE733U?
by raficeid / August 20, 2011 4:08 PM PDT
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They should be a good start
by katzmaier CNET staff/forum admin / August 21, 2011 10:45 PM PDT

Check out the FAQ.

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Looks great- Thank you!!
by nmoore41 / September 11, 2011 11:51 PM PDT

The favorable CNET Review of this TV helped my buying decision, but when I got it home and out of the box, I debated on taking it back because the picture didn't look right. Then I found this post; after the adjustments above, the picture looks absolutely fantastic!


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must for every tv manufactured
by jasongeise / December 14, 2011 4:06 AM PST

i can explain how happy i stumbled across this thread. i was about to return my tv and get a smaller more expensive tv. not now after the adjustments. Happy it looks amazing. everyone should make the adjustments to there tvs.

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Settngs for a Sharp LC-60LE835U
by jrvenables / March 4, 2012 2:38 AM PST

Would these settings be a good start for a Sharp LC-60LE835U or should I start with the settings that you used for the

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Calibration for LC-60LE835U
by SpatialEd / March 6, 2012 11:55 PM PST

The LE830 is edge-lit, IMHO it would be safer to go w/ the LE732 calibration. It's back-lit, same as the LE835.

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will it work on a 70LE632U
by tehli / April 26, 2012 12:54 AM PDT

Im about to buy the 70LE632U and was wondering if these settings will work for that TV

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Motion blur
by bill0275 / May 26, 2012 6:38 AM PDT

This set-up makes the picture look so much more life-like, Thank you.

I have seen a lot of motion blur from this tv from day one. I called Sharp to get their advice and they had me turn off the Motion Enhancement, Quad Pixel Plus, Active Contrast, Film Mode, DNR, and Mono. It is better, but I am still not satisfied. Best Buy had 74 reviews for this tv and only one had minor mention of motion blur.

Has anyone seen the blur I am experiencing? Can anyone lend me a hand with this issue?
If I can't get this minimized I am considering the Panasonic TC-P65GT50, any thoughts vs the Sharp?

I have the Sharp LC-70LE732U, CharterHD w/Motorola DCX 3501-M

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It's like I have a NEW TV!!
by BioBatMan2 / October 2, 2012 1:59 AM PDT

Seriously...thank you for putting information like this on your website. It really is like I'm finally enjoying my TV for the very first time.
It had always bothered me that there was such over-saturation of the digital blues and reds in some Blu-Ray movies (Iron Man 2)...now all of that is taken care of, and I can finally enjoy my TV the way I should always been able to.

You guys are awesome!!!

Nerds RULE!!!!

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Calibrations for ALL AV modes
by Mush3 / October 11, 2012 8:39 AM PDT


Did you calibrate per Katz's recommendations in Movie mode? Did you use the same numbers in all other modes? I need help.


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Sharp LC-70LE732U picture settings
by Mush3 / October 11, 2012 8:04 AM PDT


I seen you gave calibrations for AV Mode - Movie. Should all AV modes have these same parameters? If not, where might I start looking?

This info is AWESOME!!

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sharp aquos quattron lc70c8470u
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Looking for picture settings for the sharp aquos quattron lc70c8470u i've only found one and it does not look better than when I put it back on auto

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