Sharp LC-60LE847U Picture Settings Calibrations LC-70LE847U

Calibration for the LC-LE847U Line

by Robert Wiley, Senior Editor


A television in the process of being calibrated before we begin our review.

Calibration Notes: Movie and Standard Modes offer 10 point white balance. User mode only allows the 2-point white balance settings, but seemingly allows more flexibility within the 2 point system. This is probably because user mode allows more freedom for adjustments and Sharp is trying to somewhat constrain setting options. The LE847U series calibrated reasonably well to D6500K. We used the Movie setting and adjusted the 10 point white balance. Turn the Film Mode off for DVDs and Blu-Rays at least.

Post Calibration Settings

10 point settings

Position Red Green Blue
1 +29 +12 +26
2 +7 +3 +10
3 -2 +1 -5
4 -9 -2 -8
5 -14 -1 -10
6 -17 -1 -17
7 -18 -2 -20
8 -18 -1 -18
9 -15 0 -5
10 -5 0 0

C.M.S

Color Hue Saturation Value
Red +8 0 +5
Yellow +1 0 -6
Green 0 0 +30
Cyan -4 0 +30
Blue 0 0 -4
Magneta 0 0 +10
OPC Off
Blacklight +14
Contrash +37
Brightness -14
Color -1
Tint +3
Sharpness -1
Digital Noise Reduction Off
Monochrome Off

Advance Settings

Color Gamut Range Expanded
Motion Enhancement Off
Active Contrast Off
Gamma +1
Black Level n/a
Film Mode Off

Measured Contrast

100 IRE (Y) 45.5067
0 IRE (Y) 0.0172
RATIO (x:1) 2645.7384


A pre-calibration snapshot of the Sharp LE847U series (click to enlarge)


A post-calibration snapshot of the Sharp LE847U series (click to enlarge)


Robert Wiley Having reviewed and written about Television Technology for over 10 years, Wiley never tires of researching the newest qualitative trends related to the technology. Most people do not get excited about possibilities behind the latest video engine...Wiley does. Read more about Robert

 



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