Samsung 55F8090 Picture Settings

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    Hello, I am a "Newcomer" with LCD-LED TV's can you help me with the picture settings for the Samsung 55F8090 LED-LCD TV ??

    What are your Settings for watching movies on Blu-Ray's ??
    Can you please post here your settings or links for picture settings :lease:

    Sorry for the bad English

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    Hello,
    Is the Setting for Sharpness ,0, not to low ?
    I watch 95% Blu-ray's with the Samsung and my set is 3 - 6.

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    I find that the best sharpness setting on Samsung TVs is zero but if you prefer a higher setting that's your choice.
     
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    Did LCD-LED TV's a warm- up pahse like a plasms ?

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    Well you should warm up any TV for about an hour before doing any serious calibration work but LCD TVs don't need to be run-in for 200 hours like a plasma does.
     
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    Hello,

    My picture settings for watching
    Blu-ray's at the moment are:

    Picture Mode:

    Film

    Back Light:

    7

    Kontrast:

    63

    Helligkeit:

    44

    Schärfe:

    3

    Farbe:

    50

    Tint:

    0

    Picture Size:

    Bildanpassung

    Advanced Settings

    Dynamic Contrast:

    Off

    Black Tone:

    niedrig

    Flesh Tone:

    0

    RGB Only Mode:

    Off

    Colour Space:

    Auto

    Custom (Red R50 G0 B3, Green R15 G56 B0, Blue R5, G5, B50, Yellow R52 G50 B0, Cyan R10 G54 B52, Magenta R43 G0 B48) (original Einstellungen)

    White Balance 2-Point: (Einstellungen aus der Zeitschrift Video übernommen)

    Red Offset 25, Green Offset 25, Blue Offset 25, Red Gain 33, Green Gain 23, Blue Gain 25

    White Balance 10-Point: Ein (Keine Einstellungen vorgenommen !!)

    1 - R0/G0/B0, 2 - R0/G0/B0, 3 - R0/G0/B0, 4 - R0/G0/B0, 5 - R0/G0/B0, 6 - R0/G0/B0, 7 - R0/G0/B0, 8 - R0/G30B0, 9 - R0/G0/B0, 10 - R0/G0/B0

    Gamma:

    -1 (Original Einstellung: 0 )

    Expert Pattern:

    Off

    Motion Lighting:

    Off

    Picture Options

    Colour Tone:

    Warm2

    Digital Clean View:

    Off

    MPEG Noise Filter:

    Off

    HDMI Black Level:

    Normal

    Film Mode:

    Off

    Motion Plus:

    Off

    Cinema Black:

    low

    Sorry for the German words in Text !!

    Best Regards from Germany

    Jürgen
     

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