Wednesday, 24 November 2010

The Best Picture and Calibration setting on Sony KDL-V5100


The Best Picture and Calibration setting your Sony KDL-V5100 include : Sony KDL-40V5100, Sony KDL-46V5100 and Sony KDL-52V5100. If you have purchased this HDTV you can pay to have someone calibrate it for you or you can use the setting that we used, which are schedule below. If you don’t see a menu items listed you can just leave it in the default mode.

1. Picture Mode
Setting Calibrated
Picture Mode Cinema
Backlight 10
Picture 75
Sharpness 0
Noise Reduction Off
Ad.Contrast Enhancer Off
Cinemotion Off
Brightness 53
Gamma Low
2. Advanced Setting menu
CineMotion  : Auto 1
Game Mode : Off
Live Color : Off
3. White Balance menu
R-Gain : –5
G-Gain : –4
B-Gain : –11
R-Bias : –5
G-Bias : 2
B-Bias : 2
4. Setup Menu
Backlight : On
PC Power Management : Off
Light Sensor : Off

Friday, 12 November 2010

How to the best picture and calibration setting for Sony NSX-GT1 Google TV Tv.1

How to the best picture and calibration setting for Sony NSX-GT1 Google TV. This setting include Sony NSX-24GT1, Sony NSX-32GT1, Sony NSX-40GT1 and Sony NSX-46GT1. Below you’ll find the best setting we found best for viewing the Sony NSX-46GT1 in a dark room. we have two setting on Picture Mode such as Cinema mode and Custom mode you can choose to the best customize  for your TV.

1. In the Picture Mode ==> on Cinema menu setting.

Setting Default Calibrated
Picture Mode Cinema Cinema
Backlight 5 10
Picture 90 77
Brightness 50 53
Color 50 50
Color Temp Warm 2 Warm 2
Sharpness 3 0
Noise Reduction Off Off
MPEG Noise Reduction Off Off
CineMotion Auto Auto
Black Corrector Off Off
Adv.Contrast Enhancer Low Low
Gamma 0 0
Live Color Off Off
Light Sensor On Off

2. In the Picture Mode ==> Custom Mode

Setting submenu Calibrated
Backlight 5
Picture 71
Brightness 57
Color 58
Hue 0
Color Temperature Warm 2
Sharpness 0
Noise Reduction Off
MPEG Noise Reduction Off
CineMotion Auto

3. Advanced setting
Black Corrector  = Off
Adv.Contrast Enhancer  = Off
Gamma  = –1
Live Color  = Off

4. Screen Adjustments submenu
Wide Mode  = Full
Auto Wide  = Off
4:3 Default  = Off [grayed out]
Display Area
Auto setting  = un-checked
Manual setting = Full pixel
Screen position  = [grayed out]
Vertical size  = [grayed out]

5. Setting==> TV setting ==> Eco menu
Power Saving  = Off
Quick Start  = Off
Idle TV Stand by  = On
Auto Shut Off  = On
Light Sensor  = Off

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Sony NSX-46GT1 LCD TV Review. Tv.3

Good : New technologies LCD TV, Good quality picture, full Chrome browser support Flash and HTML 5 video, new design remote control, lots of new media ports, lots of menu options,decent resoloution scaling, decent black level, uniformly flat facade.

Bad : Mediocre contrast ratio, reflective screen, very confusing interface, terrible audio performance, lag and some bugs with current software, Google’s universal doesn’t search Netflix, antiquated Netflix interface.

Price Rang : $ 1,399.99


The Sony NSX-46GT1 have bright white plastic.uniformly smooth surface and stand on two folding metal bars but it does allow you to tilt the panel slightly back and forth.However, there's no ability to swivel the panel left and right. There are no onboard controls on the Sony NSX-46GT1, except for a power button along the bottom of the bezel. in the backside has Handy AC cable management. There are 4 HDMIs, but just one shared component  / composite AV input. There's a digital audio output, and a headphone output that can double as an analog audio output with the purchase of a cheap converter.



Remote Control.

The Sony NSX-46GT1 remote control takes a few design cues from the Sony’s game controller. It has a two-handed grip and a full qwerty keyboard. Rather than a joystick or trackpad to control the mouse, the large button on the right has an optical sensor that you glide your thumb over. In many cases we ditched the right thumbpad for the directional cursor under our left thumb, which worked fine to browse menus and jump between selections.At times confusion between the two set in, however, especially when clicking one or the other to make a selection. It didn't help that in some apps, like Netflix, the pad simply didn't work.

Sony-NSX-46GT1-remote Tv.2

Chrome Browser in Sony NSX-46GT1

Chrome browser is built-in main usability in Sony NSX-46GT1. There’s support for both HTML5 and Flash 10.2.This means that you are technically able to access almost any video source you can find anywhere. The emphasis is on "technically",is that many content providers, such as ABC, CBS and Hulu, are currently blocking Google TV devices from streaming video from their sites. however, that some content providers don't seem as vigilant with their content. Comedy Central and Cartoon Network, for example, currently aren't blocking Google TV--though that could change at any moment.

Streaming Media Support in Sony NSX-46GT1’s Chrome Browser.

Netflix = Yes USB = Photo/Music/Video
Amazon Video on Demand = Yes Vudu video = No
YouTube = Yes CinemaNow = No
Pandora = Yes Blockbuster = No
DLNA Compliant = Photos only Rhapsody = No

The Sony NSX-46GT1's "Sony Recommends" menu has all of the niche video content providers from the company's previous Bravia Internet Video Link TVs, including Sports Illustrated, the Minisode network,,,, and numerous video podcasts. Streaming video  was good quality,and as usual depended on the source. HD streams from Amazon and Netflix via Ethernet looked great, SD streams less-so, and most Internet video sites looked bad blown up on the 46-inch screen.

Content issues aside, the experience of browsing the Web on your widescreen is both impressive and frustrating. It 'frustrating when the browser feels slow,that happens sometimes when you use the flash on the site or if a pop-up fills the entire screen. It 'great when Chrome intelligently optimize the video full screen (which happens on Amazon VOD), and can now access a niche video site of your home theater. Tv.4 Tv.5


Picture quality : black levels were relatively favorable, and we saw occasional flashes in the background during transitions. Color accuracy after calibration has been a relative strength, however, and, surprisingly, the television content in 1080p/24 well. Custom picture mode was slightly more accurate than the cinema in general, with a good midrange.

Black level : Sony has poor quality in this area than others of our testing, which makes it lighter, less realistic black shadow that one of them. We also noticed unusual flashing in the shadows during transitions.


The Sony NSX-46GT1 is has a lot of great features, so many in fact that we could hardly find them amidst the cluttered menus and overloaded remote control.Overall, the Sony NSX-46GT1 is an interesting experiment in new technologies, but it feels like the product of two companies still sniffing each other out. There's a lot of promise here (certainly more so than 3D TV), but let's wait and see where Google TV goes next.

Monday, 1 November 2010

The Best setting picture and calibration on Sony XBR-52HX909


very easy to setting Calibration and picture on The Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909. Our setting include XBR-46HX909 series. The Sony XBR-52HX909 have three mode in Picture Setting menu : Standard, Vivid and Custom. But all there’s other list on Preference menu =>Scene Select menu. As described below. you can select what you like.

Video Mode.( described )
Mode                                         What you can
Cinema    ==>  Optimizes picture and sound like those in a theater.
Sport       ==>  Presents realistic picture and sound like those in stadium.
Photo      ==>  Reproduces the texture and color of a printed photo.
Music      ==>  Let’s you experience dynamic and clear sound like those a concert.
Game      ==>  Broadens your game-playing ecperience superb picture and sound.
Graphics  ==> Eases prolonged monitor viewing with clearer detailed picture.
Auto        ==> Automatically optimizes picture and sound quality according to the input source.
General   ==> Optimized to view general content.



How to the best picture setting.

1. Home Menu => Setting =>Picture & Display =>Picture Adjustments menu.

Picture Adjustments menu
Setting Memory
Picture Mode
Back light
Color Temperature
Warm 2
Noise Reduction
MPEG Noise Reduction
Auto 1

Setting For Movies Scene Mode.

Picture Setting
Picture Mode Movie Scene Mode
Back light
LED Dynamic Control

* If you don’t see a processing feature listed above, you can assume that is was set to the ‘Off ’ position.

2. Advanced Setting menu.

Advanced Setting menu
Black Corrector
Adv. Contrast Enhancer
LED Dynamic Control
Auto Light Limiter
Clear White
Live Color
Detail Enhancer
Edge Enhancer
Skin Naturalizer
Off ( Grayed Out )
White Balance menu
R-Gain  =  - 4
G-Gain  =  -1
B-Gain  =  0
R-Bias  = – 4
G-Bias  = – 2
B-Bias  = + 4


3. Home Menu ==> Setting ==>Ambient Sensor = Off
4. Home Menu ==> Setting ==> Screen menu.

Screen menu
Setting Memory
Wide Mode
Auto Wide
4:3 Default
Off (grayed out)
Auto Display Area
Display Area
Full Pixel
Screen Position
(grayed out)
Vertical Size
(grayed out)

5. Home Menu ==> Setting ==> Pro Picture Setup = ( All Setting Auto)
6. Home Menu ==> Setting ==> Perferences
    - Scene Select menu = General.
    - Eco menu ==> Power Saving = Off

Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909 3D HDTV Review.


Good : The Sony XBR-52HX909 is top line 3D TV, has great picture quality, be proper 3D performance compared to other 3D HDTVs, best deep black levels, 2D conversion system to 3D work better than expected, Various streaming video services, good looking design and energy-efficient.

Bad : more expensive, Screen has  smudges very easily and reflective, menu might not be intuitive and no paper manual,not include 3D glasses and IR synch emitter, no support yahoo widgets, or social network. Firmware fiasco for Canada ( no Netflix )

Price Range : $ 2,635.00—$ 3,599.99
See more Specifications.

Design : The Sony XBR-52HX909 is thin, which is dominated by a single pane of glass that extends almost to the edge of the panel on all sides. The stand for the Sony XBR-52HX909 seems sturdy enough, and allows the giant screen to swivel back and forth. Remote Control is large and good designed,the buttons feel comfortable and have a snappy response. The remote can be used to control other Sony Bravia devices, but it’s not a programmable universal remote. Include port 4 HDMI, 2 component AV input, 1.5 composit AV input, LAN ethernet, optional WIFI, USB port.



Internet Applications : Sony XBR-52HX909 no support yahoo widgets, Vudu apps,Twitter, Skype, Weather, News,Sports and Stocks.if you want to check the weather on this TV, you'll either have to get your app elsewhere--Verizon's Fios service has widgets, for example--or actually tune to The Weather Channel. The Sony XBR-52HX909 still support Picasa, Shutterfly and Photobucket or nonstreaming applications.Yes, include Netflix,Amazon   Video on Demand,Youtube.

Viewing Angle : The Sony XBR-52HX909 have a mediocre pan scan, Our measured be 50 degrees (25 degrees from center on either side) before losing notable contrast.

Reflectance : The Sony XBR-52HX909 have rather reflective screen.

3D quality : all 3D picture modes local dimming, MotionFlow, and CineMotion are all disabled and impossible to adjust, while Blacklingt is pegged to Max.When we move Viewing Angle about 8 feet from the screen, the 3D effect diminished significantly, details blurred, and crosstalk increased quite a bit. The Crosstalk is 3D technology depends on the TV flickering between images intended for you left eye and images intended for your right.The 3D glasses flicker in sync with the TV, so you right eye doesn’t see the image intended for th left and vice versa. Crosstalk is when the TV can’t keep the left and right separate. The Sony XBR-52HX909 had some serious issues with crosstalk, to the point where it really break down the 3D effect. The TV really had a problem separating out dark colors. Any time a dark object was in a bright area, it would be flanked on either side by half-shadow of itself. On our test, we found almost every combination fo colors resulted in both being dramatically changed.Therefore, whenever there were high contrast edges such as a dark building against a bright blue sky- the dark figure would be flanked with faint overlapping images of itself. Overall, if there aren’t too many high contrast areas, the sony XBR-52HX909 does the 3D effect very well.

2D picture quality : The Sony XBR-52HX909 has deepest shades of back, darker than other local dimming sets. It also handled 1080p/24 well.

Black Level : The Sony XBR-52HX909 delivered quite good black level.On the other hand, blooming, where the lighter areas and darkness was encroaching on more abnormally large and unacceptable for the HX909 than on other local dimming LED.

Contrast : The Sony XBR-52HX909 has excellent contrast ratio 4447:1 that beat all the other competing TVs.Like most high-end TVs, the Sony XBR-52HX909 has a dynamic contrast feature that raises and lowers the backlight level based on the screen content.

Motion Smoothness : The XBR-52HX909 has good smooth motion,but there are some caveats.To obtain more regular performance, we have assumed a feature called Motionflow processing. the Motionflow did an awesome job of eliminating the flicker and detail shots overall.However, it has a side effect of making certain types of movies, especially movies, things went, look unusually large. We recommend that you try the function, and you learn how to enable and disable Motionflow.

Resolution Scaling : The Sony XBR-52HX909 has resolution of 1080p ( 1920x1080 ),but a lot of video you ‘ll watch is of a lower resolution.Overall, the XBR-52HX909 is good,but not great.

Overall : The Sony XBR-52HX909 is a great HDTV. good 3D performance than other 3D HDTV . support world wide video streaming , great deep black level and handle 1080p/24 video processing, good 2D conversion system to 3D. if you looking for high-end set and can spending almost $4,000 for big screen, The Sony XBR-52HX909 should be one of top spots on your wishlist.

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