Samsung QN65QN90A NEO QLED LCD Ultra HDTV Review Settings

Settings

HD/SDRUHD/HDR10
Picture ModeMovieFilmmaker
Picture SizeFit to ScreenFit to Screen
Brightness2750
Contrast2550
Sharpness44
Color25 25
Tint00
Picture ClarityOffOff
Local DimmingStandardHigh
Contrast EnhancerOffOff
Film Mode(N/A)(N/A)
Color ToneWarm2Warm2
GammaBT.1886BT.2084
Gamma Adjust0 to +1 0
Shadow Detail0 to +2 0 to +2
RGB Only ModeOffOff
Color Space SettingAutoCustom

White Balance 2-Point
GainOffsetGain Offset
Red1-110 -4
Green000 0
Blue919 0

20-Point R GB
10% 200
20% 40-1
40% -200
50% -300
60% 400
70% -420
90% 20-2
95% 40-3
100% 10-3-4
COMPANY INFO
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COMMENTS
brenro's picture

I would gladly trade blooming for the aggressive automatic brightness limiter of OLED TV's. They simply don't get bright enough for HDR details to pop as intended. Hopefully micro-LED will eventually give us the perfect blacks of OLED with the brightness of LED.

Bosshog7_2000's picture

Maybe I'm fortunate to have a dedicated room for my home theater, which is in my basement and dark. In any event, brightness has never been a problem with my LG OLED...simply the best picture quality I have ever seen. The Samsung QLED that is in my bedroom while nice, isn't even in the same league.

Bosshog7_2000's picture

I always shake my head at the inclusion of an ergonomics rating for a TV. 99% of us either hang it on a wall or sit it on a stand and that's the last time you touch it....you've got a remote control.

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