LG OLED65G7 Best TV Picture Settings

Steve Withers

Distinguished Member
Disclaimer: The settings below are supplied for information purposes only. We make no guarantee that using the adjustments below will improve your TV's picture, they may even make it look worse. Every TV, even from the same manufacturer and model number will vary, as will the environment the TV is used in. For further information on how to set up your TV, please follow the steps in our Picture Perfect campaign.

To find a professional calibrator near you, see our Custom Installer and Calibrator Directory.

You can read the review here: LG OLED65G7

Setting|Night|Day|Game|HDR Movie|HDR Game|Dolby Vision
Picture Mode|ISF Dark Room|ISF Bright Room|Game|Cinema|Game|Cinema
OLED Light|26|60|50|100|100|50
Contrast|82|82|82|100|100|100
Brightness|50|50|50|50|50|50
H Sharpness|10|10|10|10|10|10
V Sharpness|10|10|10|10|10|10
Colour|50|50|50|55|55|50
Tint|0|0|0|0|0|0
Expert Controls ||||||
Dynamic Contrast|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
Super Resolution|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
Colour Gamut|Auto|Auto|Wide|Auto|Wide|Wide
Edge Enhancer|Off|Off|N/A|Off|N/A|Off
Colour Filter|Off|Off|N/A|Off|N/A|Off
Gamma|2.4|2.2|Medium|N/A|N/A|N/A
White Balance ||||||
Colour Temperature|Warm2|Warm2|W46|Warm2|W46|Warm2
Red High|-7|-10|0|0|0|0
Green High|0|0|0|0|0|0
Blue High|0|-2|0|0|0|0
Red Low|0|0|0|0|0|0
Green Low|0|0|0|0|0|0
Blue Low|0|0|0|0|0|0
Colour Management System|Off|Off|N/A|Off|N/A|Off
Picture Options ||||||
Noise Reduction|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
MPEG Noise Reduction|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
Black Level|Low|Low|Low|Low|Low|N/A
Real Cinema|On|On|Off|On|Off|N/A
Motion Eye Care|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
TruMotion|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off|Off
Aspect Ratio Settings ||||||
Aspect Ratio|16:9|16:9|16:9|16:9|16:9|16:9
Just Scan|On|On|On|On|On|On
 

Htowner5

Standard Member
According to LG if you are playing HDR 4K video, the you should set “dynamic contrast” to “Low”, such that the tv will display hdr10 video. They recommend it in their online manual and give an explanation why.
 

Steve Withers

Distinguished Member
According to LG if you are playing HDR 4K video, the you should set “dynamic contrast” to “Low”, such that the tv will display hdr10 video. They recommend it in their online manual and give an explanation why.
Setting Dynamic Contrast to Low turns on the Dynamic HDR feature which analyses the static HDR10 image as if it actually had dynamic metadata. You don't need to set Dynamic Contrast to Low to watch HDR and in a darkened room I would recommend turning it off but for a room with ambient light it can be useful because it will brighten certain scenes.
 

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