10-04-2012 06:51 AM
10-04-2012 11:50 AM - edited 10-04-2012 11:56 AM
-Set the Picture mode to Standard or Movie mode.
-Change the Backlight to 10-14 depending on ambient light.
-Set Contrast to 91
-Set Brightness to between 45 and 50.
-Set Sharpness to between 0 and 10 (for HDMI sources only)
-Set Colour to about 35. It might sound low but the default setting is way, way too high.
-In Advanced Settings, change Black Tone to off
-Turn Dynamic Contrast off
-Keep Gamma at 0
-Have Colour Space at Auto
-In the White Balance menu, put B (or Blue)-Offset down 2 or 3 points, usually on the default setting, blacks look too blue (this may not be the case for you)
-In Picture Settings, turn shadow detail to +2 or whatever its highest is
-Change the Colour Tone to Warm1
-Turn the noise filters off if the option is available.
That's all the settings I can remember (with the help of Google Images) so I hope this helps.
I have these settings on my 2010 Samsung TV so yours should look really good.