We used the Expert1 mode for our calibration. If you plan on gaming, use the Game mode instead. The input lag of the Expert1 mode was 149.5 ms, whereas in Game mode it is 49.4 ms.
The Color option was a bit off by default, but the rest were pretty good.
As usual, we deactivated all the processing option to have a more natural picture that was as close to the original source as possible.
The white balance wasn't far off.
In the Picture Options sub menu, we also disabled all settings. When watching Blu-ray, you should turn on Real Cinema.
Questions & Answers
On other TVs there's both a Judder Reduction and Blur Reduction in the custom settings. On this TV, it only comes with the Dejudder setting and not any option to adjust blur. You think it has something to do with the price of the TV? They should fix this in an update.
Another thing I don't like is that when interpolation is all the way up, the picture quality looks worse. People or objects on the screen look flat, blurry, and not as detailed. It has to be dialed down to make the screen look better. The presets don't really have an issue with image quality other than the controlled interpolation where the smoothness kicks in at certain scenes.
Changing the color temperature won't affect things like contrast, sharpness, or other processing options, but it would affect the color balance, since different color temperatures add different tints to the image onscreen.
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