These are the calibration settings we used for our review of the LG E6. These settings will work well with everything except for gaming. To have the best gaming experience with this TV we advise changing the picture mode to 'Game Mode' as this will lower the input lag.
Start off by selecting 'Expert (Dark Room)' as the 'Picture Mode Settings'. This settings will be great for watching movies, TV shows and sports.
We adjusted the 'OLED Light' to match our room environment , you can increase the 'OLED Light' as much as you would like to match your room, it will not effect the colors. We then increased the 'Contrast' to 100 which seemed to help with our calibration a great deal. We also adjusted the 'H Sharpness' as well as the 'V Sharpness' to 0 so there wouldn't be any over-sharpening.
We left 'Color' and 'Tint' to their default values as it didn't benefit the results.
We turned all the processing settings off. We also put the 'Color Gamut' to normal and put the 'Gamma' settings to 2.2 as it seemed to benefit our calibration. If you find that the blacks are crushed you can use 'Gamma' 1.9.
In the 'White Balance' settings we put the 'Color Temperature' to warm.
The following are the results of the white balance and colorspace calibration on our unit. You can try copying our values for these, but we don't recommend them as they vary per individual unit, so they might not be good, even for the same model and same size as the TV we reviewed. If you want to try them you will need to enter all values shown, as all of them are active at the same time. If you end up with worse picture quality, simply reset them to the default values.
Questions & Answers
With the magic remote, if you click with the pointer on the top left corner of the screen, the source name is going to appear, after if you click on the same place a second time, the source information is also going to appear.
Update 01/23/2017: With the newest firmware update and latest version of the Netflix app, this no longer works to show the source information.
For the 'LED dimming' you are referring to, we set if off on some LED TV, because often the local dimming feature cause more harm than good to the final picture quality. Local dimming is far more superior and worth it on full-array LED TV. You can have more information about local dimming here
The color gamut setting does not increase the color gamut that the TV covers, it just oversaturates all colors. This again makes the video look different than the artist intended. Some may prefer this, but we recommend leaving it at normal.
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