Philips 32PF9986 Settings

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  1. dmoggie

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    Hi all.

    Now Ive had this Set for over 2 weeks and have been playing with the setting constantly. Im happy, but still think theres room for improvement.

    Would like to know other owners settings
     
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    Hi

    I'd suggest you start from natural, then set saturation to 56-58, contrast between 72-77, sharpness 3-4, dynamic contrast medium, noise reduction medium, pixel plus on, colour features on, brightness at about 40. Also, keep the active control setting at maximum, that way the contrast will go up and down together with the lighting of your room. You can actually look what the contrast is then set to if you switch on the active control demo menu. With the contrast at 75, it will range somwhere between 55 and 90 I believe. I found this to be the best setting.

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  3. dmoggie

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    Many thanks for the input Ive just tried the settings above and found it a really bad picture especially moving ojects(watching tennis) and Tv seems to struggle with reds!

    My settings which Iam most comfortable with are:
    Contrast 89
    Brightness 31
    Colour 51
    Sharpness 1
    Tint normal
    pixel plus2
    Dynamic Contrast Min
    DNR Min
    Colour Enhancement Off
     

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