The Official LE5900 LED Thread
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22-07-2010, 5:18 PM
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Firstly, I just want to make it clear that I do not own the LE5900 and the advice I have given in this thread so far, was fairly general and could be applied to many LCD panels.
The TV I own is a LG7000 from 2008, and even in the short time between now and then, LCD tech has moved on a bit and LG have made several refinements to their menu systems (introduced in 2008 with the LG/PG series of TV's), functionality and performance, so I'm not quite sure how a game console would perform on the newer TV's when compared to mine, or what settings, if any are needed.
Anyway, since you have asked, I've done nothing special to my TV for use as a gaming screen. I set it to Intelligent Sensor for all three consoles I use.
When I used the PS3 as a Blu-ray player, I switched to one of the calibrated expert modes, but changed it back to I.S. when playing a game.
I'm not a hardcore gamer, so I haven't noticed any lag or gameplay niggles with the way I run the TV. Basically I just set it and forget it for gaming.
I tried my calibrated settings for gaming but the games became too dark with poor colours. Film industry colour standards do not apply to gaming, it seems.
i have used I.S a few times but sumtimes it just gets too dark, gaming mode is good but the colour isn't as perfect. just need to play around with the advnace settings. any idea what the noise reduction and digital noise reduction do?
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