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To access the Picture menu, press the XXX.GST (quick settings) button on the remote and select [Settings] > [Display & Sound] > [Picture]. Within this menu, you'll find the following options:

[Picture Mode] – Choose from the following presets:

[Comfort] – Allows manual adjustment of all settings.

[Standard] – Recommended settings for general use.

[Dynamic] – Enhances image saturation and sharpness.

[Sport] – Optimises picture quality for sports broadcasts.

[Movie] – Adjusted for lighter colours and reduced brightness.

[Game] – Optimal for gaming, turning off post-processing to minimize input lag.

[Eco] – Reduces screen brightness for lower power consumption.

[Backlight] – Adjust the screen brightness by increasing or decreasing the panel backlight.

[Auto Brightness] – Available only on TVs with a room light sensor. Automatically adjusts screen brightness based on ambient room light.

[Brightness] – Increases or decreases overall picture brightness.

[Contrast] – Adjusts the balance between black and white levels.

[Saturation] – Increases colour intensity from black and white.

[HUE] – Modifies the hue level within the image (for NTSC signal only).

[Sharpness] – Enhances or reduces image sharpness.

[Advanced Settings] – Additional picture settings.

[Reset to Default] – This option allows you to restore the default video settings.

Advanced Settings

You can find following items in the [Advanced Settings] menu:

[Color Temperature] – Choose from the following presets:

[User] – Customize the color temperature according to your preference.

[Cool] – Increases the blue tones within the picture.

[Standard] – Default colour temperature settings.

[Warm] – Increases the red tones within the picture.

[Dolby Vision Notification] – If enabled, a notification will appear on the screen when Dolby Vision content starts playing.

[DNR] – Filters and reduces image noise (interference).

[MPEG NR] – Reduces block noise and mosquito noise caused by digital compression.

[Adaptive Luma Control] – Dynamic video contrast enhancement to adjust the Luma level of the picture signal automatically.

[Local Contrast Control] – Enhances contrast in specific areas of the image for better visual impact.

[Blue Stretch] – When activated, the brightest part of the screen will be leveled down to reduce the saturation.

[Gamma] – Adjusts the tones between the bright and dark parts of the image.

[Game Mode] – Activating this mode turns off most post-processing functions to minimize input delay. Available for HDMI sources only.

[PC Mode] – Enhances the viewing experience for text reading and mouse movement by scaling the screen to show the entire input image and disabling certain post-processing options.

[10-bit Color Reproduction] – Reduces the colour banding effect in content with a high colour gradients.

[AISR] – Artificial Intelligence Super Resolution. This image processing mode sharpens the picture and removes noise. It's recommended for use with low-quality video sources.

[Motion Enhancement] – This feature eliminates ghosting and blurring in fast-moving scenes by inserting additional frames between the original frames of the input content.

[HDMI RGB Range] – This setting adjusts the color range for HDMI input.

[Auto] – The TV sets the best option based on the EDID information of connected device.

[Full] – The RGB signal will be displayed in the range of 0-255, typically used by computers.

[Limit] – The RGB signal will be displayed in the range of 16-235, required for proper movie display.

[Low Blue Light] – Enabling this option reduces the emission of blue light, potentially helping to prevent eye strain when reading text. Blue light from TVs can also suppress the release of melatonin, affecting sleep. If you experience sleep issues, consider turning on this feature.

[Color Space] – This option allows you to switch between different color space standards, defining the range of colors a display can accurately reproduce.

[Colour Tuner] – Expert settings to fine-tune the colour accuracy of the picture.

[11 Point White Balance Correction] – Adjusts the white balance by altering the contrast of the three primary colors.