Sony EX523/EX524/EX723/EX723 Owners Thread - Bravia 2011 Edge LED Models
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29-10-2011, 9:23 AM
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Tried the above settings, but its still difficult trying to get THE BEST picture. I'm trying to make the blacks as black as possible (which is near impossible I know on a LCD). But, I also want the picture to be vibrant as well.
I've found that turning the 'Eco' setting on, dims the picture slightly and then having the backlight on 4 is pretty good.
Any other opinions?
Well, on the two sets (EX723 46" versions) that I have had recently, the "Eco" setting dims the picture considerably. So much so, in fact, for an LCD, it's impossible to watch. I should think this, coupled with the backlight on "4" would be impossible to watch on my set!
As I previously mentioned in posts on page 1 of this thread, I find the blacks to be "very black" or "too black" on this particular set, so I don't have a problem with this on mine.... thing is, the picutre on darker scenes seems to auto dim (not so that you notice the fluctuation but as I say, blacks seems too black) and ruins the picture on darker scenes. My retailer is coming back on Wednesday to have a look as I now find the need to turn the brightness up to 60-ish which means I see the excessive clouding on the left hand side of the screen.
No win situation for me at the moment!
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