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  • I use IPAD a lot, and after I had to use my samsung A20 for a month instead, I've noticed how natural colours on IPAD are, and I think it's because they calibrate it and don't give user option to drastically change them.

    Today I used some guide to calibrate my Samsung TV and felt like now it's much better.

    So what brands calibrate their TVs or what models are well calibrated and doesn't require tweaking?

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    only Sony tries to get as accurate as possible

    other brands calibrate their TVs wrong on purpose they think it makes them look more saturated and bright for showroom floors to increase sales

    calibration technically depends per panel also so the panels have to be calibrated after the panel is added and I don't think anyone does that

  • Neon

    only Sony tries to get as accurate as possible

    other brands calibrate their TVs wrong on purpose they think it makes them look more saturated and bright for showroom floors to increase sales

    calibration technically depends per panel also so the panels have to be calibrated after the panel is added and I don't think anyone does that

    This!

  • Pokerking4128

    I use IPAD a lot, and after I had to use my samsung A20 for a month instead, I've noticed how natural colours on IPAD are, and I think it's because they calibrate it and don't give user option to drastically change them.

    Today I used some guide to calibrate my Samsung TV and felt like now it's much better.

    So what brands calibrate their TVs or what models are well calibrated and doesn't require tweaking?

    what guide did you use?

  • Neon

    only Sony tries to get as accurate as possible

    other brands calibrate their TVs wrong on purpose they think it makes them look more saturated and bright for showroom floors to increase sales

    calibration technically depends per panel also so the panels have to be calibrated after the panel is added and I don't think anyone does that

    Thank you, I've forgotten about this topic, I thought nobody would answer such question. Ironically, I was eyeing some Sony TVs.

  • youknownow

    what guide did you use?

    connectedwiki.com/best-picture-settings-samsung-led-tv-series-6 this one
    I have 6650 46 inch.
    I had used to drive up the backlight to maximum before I found this guide and now the colors are close to my Ipad.

    I used this video as a benchmark and before I calibrated skin tones were too red, and now I think it's fine.

  • Rtings.com has a lot of good calibration settings for whatever TV you choose. For whatever TV you get, follow their settings

  • Pokerking4128

    Thank you, I've forgotten about this topic, I thought nobody would answer such question. Ironically, I was eyeing some Sony TVs.

    I have a Sony and I love it.

  • Jan 14
    Pokerking4128

    Thank you, I've forgotten about this topic, I thought nobody would answer such question. Ironically, I was eyeing some Sony TVs.

    dope 👍 yeah Sonys are really nice TVs I have beef with them lying about features and never adding them but they pick out some of the best Panels

  • companyofwolves

    Rtings.com has a lot of good calibration settings for whatever TV you choose. For whatever TV you get, follow their settings

    Thank you:)

  • companyofwolves

    Rtings.com has a lot of good calibration settings for whatever TV you choose. For whatever TV you get, follow their settings

    Do yourself a favor and buy a X-Rite i1 & use HCFR or DisplayCal

  • Bonnie

    Do yourself a favor and buy a X-Rite i1 & use HCFR or DisplayCal

    rtings doesn't use this in their calibration?

    that s*** is expensive..

  • Jan 15
    companyofwolves

    rtings doesn't use this in their calibration?

    that s*** is expensive..

    panels vary copying someone else's settings can be better than nothing but it isn't accurate

  • companyofwolves

    rtings doesn't use this in their calibration?

    that s*** is expensive..

    Buy $2,000+ TV

    Cant afford a calibration tool at $150.

    Hmmm?

  • Bonnie

    Buy $2,000+ TV

    Cant afford a calibration tool at $150.

    Hmmm?

    Op is asking for a callibrated tv out of the box. I figured he wasn't looking to spend 2k

  • I have not watched TV for a long time, since I live in a hostel, but I have a computer for which I have connected many different programs and I watch everything I want, as for me a high-quality monitor is very important in this regard

  • Zize55

    I have not watched TV for a long time, since I live in a hostel, but I have a computer for which I have connected many different programs and I watch everything I want, as for me a high-quality monitor is very important in this regard

  • Didn’t have to do much to my Sony x90 tbh

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