It's 10 bit but can do 12 bit downsampling.Also does anyone know if the 900 is 10-bit or 12-bit? I have my Xbox set to 12-bit and notice both on that and the PS4 that when viewing HDMI signal on my receiver's settings that it shows 12-bit pixel depth. However a recently article I read mentioned not much supported 12-bit? Maybe it was an old article and I missed the date...
Join the group I startedI watched the HDTVtest video so they go over a few other things that the update included. I'll have to dig into it a bit more tonight.
Have you messed with the Adv color adjustment at all? I know places like Rtings have done it but it's my understanding it all depends on each TV. I imagine you need software anyways to actually do it so haven't bothered. Otherwise pretty close to same settings as you. I do have Color Temp at Warm as that is what I was used to on my plasma, but I think it makes it a bit too warm compared to what I remember on the plasma.I'm rocking these right now.
Picture Mode < Game >
Auto Picture < On >
Light Sensor < Off >
Brightness 28 SDR(100 HDR)
Black Level 50
Black Adjust Off
Advanced Contrast Enhancer Off
Auto Local Dimming High
X-tended Dynamic Range Low SDR (High HDR)
Color Temp Neutral
Live Color Off
Reality Creation Off
Motion EVERYTHING Off/Disabled
Video signal ALL Auto
Adv. color adjustment ALL Default
Finally go in the Audio Output Settings and Turn OFF A/V sync as it can add odd input lag issues.
I'm almost to a year of not using my Facebook account. Maybe after I hit a year I'll think about a glorious return. Or I'll just create a new fake account just to join this...
The game settings don't need advanced color adjustments.Have you messed with the Adv color adjustment at all? I know places like Rtings have done it but it's my understanding it all depends on each TV. I imagine you need software anyways to actually do it so haven't bothered. Otherwise pretty close to same settings as you. I do have Color Temp at Warm as that is what I was used to on my plasma, but I think it makes it a bit too warm compared to what I remember on the plasma.
Definitely keep a eye on it.VaLLiancE Any thoughts on the mini-LEDs coming next year? Does Samsung have good processing?
According to market analysis firm TrendForce, Samsung will launch its new QLED TV lineup with Mini-LED backlighting technology in 2021. The lineup is expected to feature 4K resolution and consist of TVs in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes. Thanks to Mini-LED backlighting, the TVs are expected to offer a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, which is significantly higher than 10,000:1 that the current-generation TVs offer. Such a high contrast ratio could be attained by implementing at least 100 local dimming zones and using anywhere between 8,000 to 30,000 high-voltage Mini-LED chips.
Samsung’s upcoming lineup of Mini-LED-powered QLED TVs is expected to offer higher brightness, high contrast ratio, and better HDR and WCG (wide color gamut) performance. Currently, Apex, Epistar, FitTech, Macroblock, San’an Optoelectronics, and Saultech are racing to offer their Mini-LED chips to Samsung, but their solutions are currently in the sampling stage.
Mini-LED displays not only offer significantly better image quality than LCDs, but they are also known to be more cost-effective compared to OLEDs. Hence, the adoption of Mini-LED and microLED is expected to rise over the next few years. Apple is expected to launch an iPad Pro with a Mini-LED-based display later this year. Even LG could debut its Mini-LED TVs next year.