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Calibration settings for Vizio M series

Looking for the best calibration settings for this tv.

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want to get the best picture possible out of my Philips 42PFL3603D HDTV. Any recommendation on screen settings or software to help with this?

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Try these, Contrast: 53 Brightness: 56 Color: 45 Tint: 2 Sharpness: 2 
Color temperature: Off
Dynamic contrast: Off
Digital Natural Motion: Off
DNR: Off
Color enhancement: Off
Active control: Off

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Skim through this thread for help.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=895095&page=9

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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If you have a Blu-Ray player, you can use a number of Blu-Ray discs (Spiderman 3, Terminator 2: Skynet Edition, Monsters Inc; for example) that have "optimizers" on them to help you adjust your settings. Some DVDs do as well, though not quite as in-depth. That's a start. There are other calibration discs (specifically) that are available for purchase as well. Basically, it all boils down to personal taste. Remember that contrast is the 'white level' and brightness is 'black level'. Choose the settings that look best to YOU, as you are the one that will be viewing it. However, the discs will help you distinguish the differences between too much/too little contrast, color, brightness, sharpness; as it's not always easy to figure out on your own. They usually also tell you what to look for as you make your adjustments. Good luck!

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go to CNET reviews

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What are the setting calibrations for the best picture


There should be a few preset choices for you under the display menu....ex. Cinema, sports, etc...

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Best settings to calibrate my vizio550M tv


Every TV is different (even within a brand) so specific settings won't help you. A good place to start is with the Disney WOW: World of Wonder Blu-Ray. It has many helpful test patterns, plus a blue filter so that you can see if color and tint are at correct levels. Before starting calibration I would advise turning the backlight down as much as possible, turning the sharpness off, as well as all of the features in the "Advanced Video" menu. You can bring these features back on if you wish after your first pass at calibrating. I would also select "Computer" in the "Color Temperature" submenu, as this will give you a neutral white balance, as opposed to "normal/warm" (red) or "cool" (blue). Hope this helps.

Oct 22, 2014 | Vizio VF550M 55 in. LCD HDTV

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How are the calibration setting for UN60H7150


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Samsung H7150 Calibration and Picture Settings 1080p 3D Smart LED TV by Robert Wiley, Senior Editor
The H7150 Series
UN46H7150 Review UN55H7150 Review UN60H7150 Review UN65H7150 Review UN75H7150 Review H7150 Calibration Notes: Calibration was very accurate and easy to aquire with the H7150 series LED TV. In fact, it is pretty close to the D6500 color temperature that our calibration shoots for. Be sure that you are changing the AutoMotion Plus feature settings depending on the programming you are watching. That is one of the most important things to keep in mind. With most programming you will want to turn it off or at least the De-judder portion. With 3D really does see a benefit from this, so you may want to leave it on. The Color Space needs no adjustments for a good calibration.
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A television in the process of being calibrated before we begin our review.

Post Calibration Picture Settings Picture Mode Movie Backlight Contrast Brightness Sharpness Color Tint G50/R50 PIP Off
Advanced Settings Dynamic Contrast Off Black Tone Off Flesh Tone Color Space Custom White Balance (See Table) 10pt White Balance (See Table) Gamma Expert Pattern Off xvYCC Off
Picture Options Color Tone Warm2 MPEG Noise Filter Off HDMI Black Level Low Film Mode Off AutoMotion Plus Off Smart LED Off Cinema Black Off White Balance R-Offset G-Offset B-Offset R-Gain G-Gain B-Gain
10pt White Balance Interval Red Green Blue
Screen Adjustment Picture Size Screen Fit

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Can I get the best calibration settings for this model?


Hi, The best calibration settings vary TV to TV because it depends on what looks good to the person as well as the type of room you're in. If you can't seem to find settings you're happy with there's many services that can professional calibrate TVs to your liking.

Aug 29, 2011 | Samsung PN51D490 3D Plasma TV

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I have a Hitachi 55vs69 I replaced the bulb and it went out in 6mo. Is there something else that might be wrong.


The number of hours, coupled with the TV viewing conditions, is a more accurate way of interpreting the proper bulb life expectations.

For example; a TV like yours that is set to watch the winter Olympics for two hours per day will not last as long as one that is set to watch something like Ghost Hunters for two hours per day. The reason is the output demand on the bulb...brighter pictures will burn it out faster.

The best way to get the most life out of any bulb, or any TV as a whole, is to properly calibrate your TV. Getting the correct picture levels does more for the TV than simply improve the picture quality.

I recommend a calibration tool you can find on DVD called Avia. Or you could simply use some of the calibration images provided with some THX certified movies. These are by far not the best available choices, but are the simplest and much better than the ***** eye. The discs are intended for calibrating the output of video from dvd playback, but you still could use the same calibration settings for all of your outputs if you wish.

Aug 26, 2011 | Hitachi 55VS69 55" Projection HDTV

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I am just looking for the best custom settings for my 42" Panasonic TC-P42C2 Flat Screen TV. Is there already a list of custom specs out there?


There is not a listing - because every set will be different.

You need a calibration DVD to get the optimum settings.

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