Samsung J5200 LED TV Calibration Settings

These are the picture settings that we used in our calibration of the Samsung J5200 for our review. These should work for watching movies, TV shows, and sports. For gaming though, turn on 'Game Mode' under 'System' - 'General', and then copy the rest of our settings.

Samsung J5200 Calibration Settings 1

The 'Movie' picture mode does most of the job at calibration this television. Only a few more tweaks are needed. Play with 'Backlight' to change the luminosity of the screen.

Samsung J5200 Calibration Settings 4

If you find our settings too pink/yellow, change 'Color Tone' to something that you prefer.

Samsung J5200 Calibration Settings 2

Leave 'Dynamic Contrast' disabled.

Samsung J5200 Calibration Settings 3

The white balance settings above vary per unit. Try our values on ours, but if you don't like the result, simply reset them to 0.

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Questions & Answers

How long does it take for the Smart Hub to update?
It depends on a few things like the size of the update and your download speed. We have seen updates take a few minutes and at other times something like 45 minutes.
How do I get an ESPN app on this TV?
Unfortunately, the J5200 can't download all the apps on Samsung's Tizen platform, and its smart features don't include access to the ESPN app. To watch it on your TV, you'll need to connect a PC and use the ESPN app on that.
We are not taking any more questions for this product because we no longer have it in our lab.