Sunday, 29 July 2012

Calibration Vizio M3D550KD 55-Inch 3D LED LCD HDTV

Posted on 19:22 by Wrist man

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How to Calibration and picture setting Vizio M3D550KD 3D Edge Lit Razor LED LCD HDTV
Before Calibration, Vizio M3D550KD is great 3D TV; built-in WIFI is effective! The image is bright and clear. I don't have any issues with glare the image was outstanding plus the 3D is very effective. Anyway, the TV setup is supper simple and it possesses a great stunning picture as is also in "standard" mode [We Calibrated in “Custom Mode”]

We Calibrated by used Digital Video Essentials HD - DVE HD Basics Blu-ray


Menu Setting
Calibrated 1
Calibrated 2
Picture Modes
Custom
Movie
Backlight
55
43
Contrast
50
50
Brightness
42
43
Color
55
55
Tint
-1
0
Sharpness
8
6
Color Temperature
Normal
Custom
Aspect Ratio
Normal/Wide
Normal/Wide
Advanced Video
Smooth Effect
Off
Off
Real Cinema Mode
Smooth
Smooth
Noise Reduction
Off
Off
Color Enhancement
Off
Off
Adaptive Lumina
Off
Off
Film Mode
Auto
Auto
Smart Dimming
Off
On
Ambient Sensor
Off
Off

After i got that identified the Vizio M3D550KD was easy and quick to calibrate, and that i got great results overall. Its biggest problem was unstable gamma, and since there is not any selection of gamma presets or 10-point grayscale there is little I possibly could do in order to address it. Color accuracy and grayscale were outstanding after that to get a TV with rare controls.

5 Response to "Calibration Vizio M3D550KD 55-Inch 3D LED LCD HDTV"

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Padberg Says....

what are the custom color vaules used for Color Temperature that were used in Calibrated 2?

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Wrist man Says....

Hi Padberg
sorry for delay, these are custom color for color temperature

Red Gain: 45
Green Gain: 48
Blue gain: 50
Red offset: 49
Green offset: 48
Blue offset: 50

Hope this help

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Tahoe Bob Says....

Thank you for these settings. I do have one question however -- there are two sets of calibration settings, 1 and 2...is one set better than the other? If so, which one?

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Wrist man Says....

Hi Tahoe

The calibration settings that we presented to the user based on the room lighting conditions or the needs of the user while using the movie mode, Custom. So we can not say which is best. We can only say that if you use Movie mode or Custom, you will need to adjust the settings according to our recommendations, which will help you get better image quality. Try adjusting it and determine whether it suits your needs or not.

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Tahoe Bob Says....

Thank you Wrist man. So, if I understand you correctly, you have given us two sets of recommended calibration values...one for Custom and the other for Movie mode. Is this correct?

I guess I am thrown a bit off by the fact that there are two sets of calibration settings above. I understand that you cannot say which is best and that it comes down to user preferences, lighting conditions, etc...I was just trying to understand.

Thanks again.

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