While at SAM's Club, I noticed this one TV that had a crystal clear picture. I wanted it but I didn't want a 50"+ TV. That's just WAYYYYyyyyy to big for my living room right now. The picture did excellent on action scenes for the demo they had running. I saw none of the HDTV "blur" that I just last night figured out what it actually was, after some time spent online. Well, I plopped in "Robin Hood" [Not the Prince of Thieves one, the newer one] on Blu-Ray and was a little disappointed that what I saw at SAM's Club wasn't what I was experiencing at home. Stunningly awesome but still....there's obviously room for improvement still.
So, after learning what HDTV blur was and ways to subdue it, I re-calibrated the TV to where the picture was outstanding. The best I had ever experienced but still not was quite what I saw in the store. Well, I'm not too gawd awful picky with the video [or so I thought] and figured that I would just learn to live with it. It looked great.
So, I come home today and everything I did last night was erased or set back to default. WTF? Now I have to start from scratch and I need to do this every time I turn the TV back on? I'm thinking no way. What would happen if I pay someone 3bills to calibrate my TV? I'd have to pay it again every time I turned it back on? No way. Well, I didn't see any "save" for the calibration and truth be told, I am admittedly a total and complete rookie when it comes to TV's.
Would anybody out there be willing to guide me in the right direction and offer a bit of advice, no matter how small or trivial that may be, to help me get the best out of my viewing experience?
Here's the TV on Samsung's website >>> http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs/UN46D6050TFXZA
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