There are some differences between models/price points. That said, don’t expect SD or typical streamed HD content to look good without tweaking at least a little
So I have bought for myself an expensive Samsung UHD TV thinking the picture quality will satisfy my every nitpicky needs, since it should be very good.
However ever since I just have frustration because of trying to send over DVD quality content and youtube, and desktop picture through Chromecast, and never can get a satisfying picture, because either it seems too dim, too dark for me, if I set it to show the color range of the source and not the native colors, or if I turn up the nativ colors, I get a brighter picture, but also detail loss. HDR+ mode would provide a center range but it is also darknes the picture and also pales skins and such.
My question is, that I need to live with this, since I should have just bought a HD TV to get more accurate picture, or I can do something with fiddling with more settings I do not understand?
THere are settings like "White Balance" or setting a Custom "Color Space", but there are a lot of sliders in these ones, and I do not understand what should I do with them. Could I get a closer to real, better picture quality with fiddling with these settings? If I could, can someone tell me how? Can someone tell me a setting, with numbers, how it should look good?