by denmarfl - 9/5/08 9:39 AM
I have read the CNET article on the Samsung LN46A550....Which I own. Most articles you read about LCD TV's always seem to get around to read that Manufacturers Settings need tweaking for your Room. The 550 has Dynamic, Standard and Movie settings. I noted CNET's Calibration for the 550 is set using the Movie Mode which is the Mode I dislike the most, its much too muted for my taste. I was hoping to fine Calibration setting Tweaking them using the STANDARD Mode. It might be my imagination, my TV is 2 months old, but I was really pleased with the Picture Quality for the 1st couple of weeks of ownership more so than now. There are times when I see a "white Cast" in areas of the picture which reduces the Vividiness I has seen. Maybe its just now that I see such a sharp picture my standards are set too high, that is, I notice things that in the past were acceptable.
Doesn't anyone know what the settings are when the 550 is turned on the 1st time out of the Box?
Does anyone know if CNET or some other site has published Calibration settings for the 550 using the STANDARD MODE?
Has anyone Noticed the White Cast in some areas of the Picture as I have? Some commercials really come off very "Light", but I do disregard the quality of Commercials.