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I bought a samsung q6f qled tv i wanted to get the best picture quality. How do i do that?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 16:12:51    Popularity:     

Tags: q6f  qled  bought  samsung  picture  

This is the number on the side of the box qn49q6famf.
I wanted to get the most out of the viewing experience like max output settings, but i dont know how. Can yall help me?

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Every individual TV is different --- and is used in a different environment ---
so setting it up for the best possible image quality requires using test signals.

Get a calibration disc (DVD or BD; $20 to $50) and use it to set the gray scale.

Follow the included instructions to the letter.

Be patient, careful, and thorough.

The process will usually take between one and two hours.

If you do it well, you can get results up to 90% as good as a $300 professional calibration.


Once you have a calibration disc you can use it for any TV, new or old,
as long as you can feed the signal from the disc player into it.

This is a 4k TV. Like all modern TVs, it will automatically upscale any incoming video signal to its native full resolution of 4k. So you don't need to do anything in that regard.

In order to get the best possible picture from your devices, be sure you are using a HDMI cable, and, if possible, configure the device to output video at the highest possible resolution it supports.

However, be aware that upscaling from lower resolutions may result in a slightly fuzzy picture. This is the same sort of thing you will see on a computer when you stretch a computer picture.

Currently the only source of true 4k video (meaning, no upscaling required) is 4k movie discs. You will need to buy a special 4k movie player as well. These can both be found at better TV stores.

All of your answers are in the manual.

If you read the manual, you'll get the full picture about how to set the TV for maximum viewing experience. You'll also need to have all the channels in QHD to experience that. If you're new to calibration, you can just go to Settings from remote and select a pre-set you like most in Picture Settings. You can also call Samsung and they'll send a tech to calibrate the TV for you.

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