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I want to know the best settings for my samsung hd tv i,e colour, contrast etc?

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There is no best settings as everyone sees things differently. The best thing you can do is purchase a color alignment DVD such as the one listed on this Amazon site The alignment discs work great. Please take a few moments to rate my answer. Thank you....

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Picture settings..? What are the best calibration


You can't use someone else's numbers, even for the same set, and expect them to be perfect. The picture settings are governed by the viewing conditions in your TV room.

Settings such as Brightness can only be set correctly in the room where you are viewing. Brightness affects where you might then set gamma, and contrast, and colour. So just one setting has a lot of impact on several other areas of the picture.

Putting in someone else's numbers will make the picture look different. But that's not the same as the "best" calibration for your TV.

If you want to do a good set-up without spending any money, have a look at your DVDs and Blu-rays for those titles with the THX Optimizer.

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Before you set up try a reset

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as far as advanced settings are concerned, set the contrast backlight and brightness so you can see the best blacks without it looking too milky, the best whites so you can discern the whites and they aren't clipped, then look at colour balance if it looks wrong when you turn the colour off.
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I find the colour contrast is very dark could you send me ideal colour settings for perfect clarity thanks


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Adjust the contrast to 55 to 70%; brightness to 45 to 55% and colour to your viewing taste. Now the brightness will be very low I thinks. Advance the brightness and contrast after setiing the colour to Zero. Adjust for a well defined B/W picture first. The advance the coulour. Take reference of the face colour of a news reader at studio. The picture will be perfect. OK.

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I need the picture settings for a trutech tv. For example : number for contrast .


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The picture setting for any TV depends upon the taste of the viewer. Contrast is the deepness of details in black and grey level. In most TVs a 55 to 75% of contrast will give a good picture. you have to adjust the brightness level also according to contrast. It is best ot turn out colour to 0% first. Adjust contrast and brightness to get a well detailed B/W picture first. The apply enough colour to that B/W picture according to your taste. Face colour of a newsreader at studio will be the best reference to intensity of colour.OK.

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Making my HD tv look the best it can


If you have the halo 3 bonus disk use the THX optimiser on it, if not then the setting I use are:

Viewing Mode: Dynamic
Contrast: 60
Brightness: 50
Colour: 50
Sharpness: 50
Tint: Middle (need the lenses to set it properly)
Colour balance: Cool
Colour Management: On
P-NR: Off

I got both setup through HDMI atm.

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Hi, I have just purchased the Samsung LE37A559 tv. I have been trying to get the best colour settings brightness colour contrast tint backlight etc. Is there a optimum setting for all of these ? I am...


The problem is that everyone has a different "taste" when it comes to these settings. I like to turn the color all the way down to start with. You should (if the set is factory adjusted correctly) have a black and white picture. If it's not B&W, then there's something inside the set that needs adjusted and you should get a service call. Then I adjust brightness and contrast to get the best B&W picture. Then I turn the color up until I'm happy with the color level, then I adust tint.

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Best Picture Quality


The set may not be at fault. If you are on cable some channels are still in anolog and some are digital. if you are on a nolog channel the picture will look preaty bad compared to the digital ones.

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Need settings because of rubbish picture


There is no right or wrong setting for the TV, but I find the following give about the best results:

  • Contrast - 65 maximum
  • Sharpness - 2 maximum
If these are set any higher, the picture becomes very grainy, particularly around defined shapes.

  • Contrast + - OFF
  • NR - ON (If applicable)
These settings will need to be changed for each of the following:
HDMI 1& 2
  • EXT 1, 2 & 3
  • Analogue tuner
  • Digital tuner
The problem you describe, is usually with a satellite or cable box.

Unfortunately, there's nothing much you can do about the dead pixels, but the settings may make them less obvious.

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JUST BOUGHT LG42LF66 FULL HD 1080P WOULD LIKE 2 KNOW BEST XD ENGINE SETTINGS AND COLOR,BRIGHTNESS,CONTRASR AND SHARPNESS SETTINGS THANKS J.SINGH


set my one like this:
picture mode=User1, contrast=60, Brightness=60, colour=30, sharpness=100, tint=standard setting.
colour temp.=cool, XD: contrast=off, colour=off, xdnr=high, mpeg nr=15.
Used gold plated scart for dvd & sky, picture looks pretty good, have not tried hd yet. Initial settings when first switched on were **** but with some tweaking have got good results.You probably have it set up pretty good now but just got mine & thought I would post this anyway.

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Samsung tv settings


it depends on what your using it for, adjust colour tones to what you think looks natural, contrast between 80-90, keep sharpness below 30. just have a play around till you find what best suits the source material.

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