To install 3D:
- press the “Menu” button on the remote control,
- in the “Service menu” of the TV, select the “Image” section,
- hereinafter. “3D”,
- press the “Enter” key.
To customize the image:
- go to the “Service menu” by clicking the “Menu” button on the control panel,
- select “Image” and adjust the necessary parameters:
- “Contrast” adjusts the ratio of bright and dark images. For plasma panels, the “cell light” parameter affects the overall brightness of the image. For LCD TVs, the overall screen brightness is affected by the Backlight Intensity (Backlight Contrast) setting;
- Sharpness sharpens the picture so that when watching TV programs from different distances, you see the same clear image;
- “Brightness” brightens or darkens the image;
- Color saturates or fades the picture. Display high-quality pictures (of nature or people) on the screen. Adjust the color saturation setting for the most natural looking image.
Change the values with the cursor up or down. If the image gets worse with your settings and you cannot fix it, check your actions. In the item “Reset image” press the option “Enter”.
Samsung TV picture setting (Samsung)
You can set up Samsung through the “Service menu” by calling it with the “Menu” button on the remote control. Here, by default, the parameters are written in English. To make setting up your TV easier, change the language using the up / down button while hovering over the Setup item:
- press the “Enter” key on the remote control,
- in the displayed window, find the “Language” mark,
- select Russian or Ukrainian languages (optional).
To find channels, it is enough to select “Search / configure channels” in the “Settings” option. In auto tuning mode, the device will search for channels by itself.
How to set up Samsung and LG TVs in 3 easy ways
Not satisfied with the picture? Find out now how to adjust the picture on your TV.
How to set up your LG TV?
To tune your channels and get great picture quality, go to the LG main menu:
- select “Options”,
- in the drop-down window define the country (for example, Ukraine),
- return to the main menu and select “Settings”,
- click “Auto Search” and select the “Cable” menu or other.,
- if your TV has a digital receiver, press the “Settings” button, enter the optimal parameters:
- frequency. 690,000 kHz,
- symbol rate. 6750 kS / s,
- modulation. 256 QAM,
- leave the rest of the items unchanged,
- click the “Close” option, then “OK” and “Run”.
The TV will first find all digital channels, then analogue channels. Upon completion of the search, the message “Auto tuning completed” appears. Press the “Menu” button to end the search.
Samsung NU7100 NU7400 NUxxxx UHD TV series picture settings and tips
How to get the best image: 3 tips
Do not watch TV in Dynamic mode. Overestimated brightness is tiring for the eyes, and the non-linear gamma of the image is often distorted. On most TVs, the optimal mode among the three (Standard, Dynamic, Cinema) is the latter.
Choosing between the modes (“Cool”, “Standard”, “Warm”), the comfortable color temperature is the “Warm” mode (6500K).
For Samsung. “Warm-1” or “Warm-2” at the discretion.
For the best picture, turn off any settings that automatically adjust brightness and contrast. Namely:
- Dynamic Contrast,
- “Power saving mode”,
- “Light sensor”,
- “Dynamic backlight”,
- do not use “Dynamic” image mode.
Explore the capabilities of LG TVs released in 2014
Auto Motion Plus
Settings Picture Advanced settings for Auto Motion Plus. Here you will find motion interpolation settings on Samsung TVs. Blur and jitter are usually set to 0. For Blu-ray or DVD discs, you may need to do some softening of these settings.
|Auto Motion Plus|
|Auto Motion Plus||Custom|
|Clear LED image||Off|
Motion Plus settings for games
Similar to the Auto Motion Plus settings, here you can optimize the image of moving objects. This is especially important for consoles or games with low frame rates (fps).
|Motion Plus settings for games|
|Motion Plus for games||Custom|
|Blur softening||Optimizes games at 60 fps|
|Shake mitigation||Optimizes games at 30 fps|
|Clear LED image||Off|
Samsung TV Advanced Picture Settings
Game Mode: When this option is enabled, additional processing is disabled so that there is no lag and the game runs more smoothly. expensive models offer additional features such as FreeSync VRR or Dynamic Black Enhancer. If you need motion interpolation, then you need to activate Auto Motion Plus in game mode.
Eco Mode: With this picture setting on your Samsung TV, you can adjust the brightness to avoid overheating and reduce overall power consumption. There are the following options for this:
1. Ambient light detection: The brightness of the TV can be automatically adjusted according to the surrounding conditions. This will reduce energy consumption.
2. Minimum backlight: When the ambient light detection function is activated, the minimum screen brightness can be manually adjusted.
3. Power Saving Mode: allows you to reduce the power consumption of your TV.
4. Motion light: With this setting, the brightness of the image is adjusted according to the movement on the screen. This reduces energy consumption.
5. Automatic shutdown: If no operation is performed for more than 4 hours, the TV will automatically turn off to reduce unnecessary power consumption.
FreeSync: This option provides minimum output latency to provide dynamic refresh rate VRR. This reproduces gameplay without any annoying visual effects such as tearing, stuttering, or “twitching”. Works with Xbox One S and Xbox One X, as well as PCs with AMD graphics cards that support FreeSync.
MPEG Noise Filter: This function eliminates image errors by reducing MPEG compression noise and thus affects the image quality. Choose between Off, Low, Medium, High and Auto.
HDMI Black Level: You can adjust the black level of the HDMI source to compensate for hazy hues or low contrast in external devices.
HDMI UHD Color: Must be enabled for all HDMI connections to which sources with HDR content are connected.
Settings General Smart mode settings. This mode is available on QLED models as well as “The Frame” and “The Serif”. Only Adaptive Sound should be left on here.
Settings Picture Picture mode. For most users, the Cinema picture mode is the best. It has mostly the best presets and lots of customization options.
Settings for HDR content
Settings General External Device Manager Expand the input signal. If you have HDR material for playback from external sources such as a Blu-ray player or Xbox One, you need to enable extended input.
|Expansion of the input signal|
|Expansion of the input signal||On|
Settings Picture Additional settings. If HDR content seems too dark, change the following settings.
|Advanced HDR settings|
Samsung TV Advanced Settings
Backlight: This setting allows you to adjust the brightness of the TV in order to adapt it to the lighting conditions in the room.
Brightness: allows you to adjust the lower brightness threshold. A higher value brightens dark areas so more detail can be seen.
Local Dimming: Dims the illumination of specific areas of the TV for maximum contrast. This setting should be adjusted according to personal taste. Unfortunately, it cannot be completely disabled. But there is a choice between Low, Standard or High.
Contrast: Here the contrast between dark and light areas of the image can be increased by detailing the shadows so that different areas of the image stand out better against each other.
Sharpness: This option makes the entire image sharper and sharper by contouring around objects on the screen.
Color: This function allows you to change the saturation of colors to increase their intensity.
Tint (G / R): Allows you to change the red or green tint of the image.
Digital Noise Filter (Digital Clean View): This function can effectively suppress fine noise in the image on the screen.
Motion Plus for Gaming: This is where you can find features to improve the motion handling of your Samsung TV. Auto Motion Plus means Samsung interpolation procedure.
Blur reduction: This option performs blur correction on a moving subject.
Jitter reduction: Jitter (jadder) is picture jitter that occurs when the refresh rate of the TV screen is not a multiple of the signal frequency.
LED Clear Motion: This TV option adds a Black Frame Insertion between two adjacent frames to make movement appear sharper. But when this function is turned on, the image becomes slightly darker. And this leads to “flickering”, which, although not everyone is conspicuous, can still have consequences.
Noise Reduction: Reduces image noise to reduce interference due to, for example, flicker.
Contrast Enhancement: Enhances image contrast and static image post-processing.
HDR Mode: Creates an artificial HDR effect for SDR material.
Film Mode: This mode adjusts the color temperature in conjunction with the adjustable brightness and contrast values.
Tint: This option allows you to adjust the picture of your Samsung TV to the desired color temperature. Here you can choose between Warm 1 or Warm 2, based on your own feelings.
White balance: this option allows you to remove color casts from whites and grays.
Gamma: Allows you to make additional color correction settings that affect the distribution of brightness across tones.
RGB Only Mode: This function allows you to make finer adjustments to the colors in the image. The desired colors will be reproduced more intensely.
Color Space Settings: Allows you to fine-tune the color space. There are “Initial”, “Auto” or “Custom” settings.
Picture Mode determines the rough direction of your Samsung TV depending on what lighting conditions you are using the TV for and for what. Samsung Picture Modes are the starting point for the perfect TV experience.
Dynamic: in this mode, content is displayed with more contrast for brightly lit rooms.
Standard: This mode uses the default settings for standard viewing conditions.
Normal: Reduces eye strain and improves viewing comfort.
Cinema: This picture mode is great for watching movies in the dark.
Filmmaker Mode: Content (such as a movie) can be viewed in its original form. The image may appear darker in this mode.
Establishing a connection
The menu that opens will display a list of available networks.
The further step-by-step connection establishment depends on the connection method:
- Direct connection. An available connection is selected and the password provided by the network operator is entered, after which the entered data are confirmed with the “OK” button. After a few seconds, the connection will be established.
- Using a router. In this case, the data of the router (IP address, port, DNS addresses and password) are registered, which can be found in the operating instructions or obtained from the operator (if leased).
- PlugAccess. It is required to enter the settings item “Connection”. After that, insert the USB drive into the router, wait for the indicator on the device to change, pull out the USB flash drive and insert it into the TV with Smart-TV. After a few seconds, the connection will be established automatically.
After successful connection, you can start setting up Smart-TV on your Samsung TV.
Adjusting the sound correctly affects viewing as much as adjusting the image. To adjust, you need to go to the menu, select “Settings” and go to the “Sound” section, where click on “Quality and transmission method”.
Most modern TVs have great functionality for adjusting sound parameters. First of all, you need to pay attention to the equalizer, which serves to transfer surround sound.
The speaker system has individual parameters that must be taken into account in order to adjust the sound in a particular room. Changed parameters will affect the final sound quality.
Set up channels on your Smart TV
If you purchased a TV of the latest series with Smart TV function, then setting up analog TV is a very simple task that can be done in just a few minutes.
Smart TV function on Samsung TV allows you to quickly select the provider to which the subscriber is connected: NTV, Rostelecom, Tricolor.
If you use this function, then the channels will be tuned in automatic mode and arranged in a standard order, which is provided by the provider.
- Go to the main menu, find the “Broadcast” tab, which is marked with an antenna icon.
- Select auto-tuning.
- Press the “Start” button.
- In the window that appears, activate the full mode and click “Scanner”.
- It remains to wait until all available channels are available after the search.
It is important to know that Samsung Smart TV provides advanced options for searching channels (if IP is configured and there is an Internet connection).
For example, you can start automatic mode without a remote control. A mouse connected to a TV or a mobile phone is suitable for this. But first, you need to download the “Remote Control” application to your cell phone.
The development of television has led to increased opportunities for users. Today, technologies allow you to watch high-definition broadcasts, as well as use other multimedia functions. The most popular are Samsung TVs, which today are considered the most advanced. However, this technique requires complex customization that not everyone can do. The information below will help you understand how to connect and set up Samsung Smart-TV on your TV.
Adjusting the picture is as easy as finding channels, but it takes much less time. Be sure to use the remote control to control the device.
Sometimes the screen image becomes too light or dark. To find the optimal color rendering, you need to go to the menu and select the item with the settings. Then go to the “Image” layout.
- By changing the contrast parameters, you can choose the lightest and darkest tones.
- By adjusting the clarity. remove the blur effect and set the sharpness to the required level, pleasing to the eye.
- By moving the brightness slider, the picture can be made lighter or darker depending on the lighting in the house.
- Changing color to increase saturation.
If you correctly adjust the color rendition, you can get a high-quality picture at the output. Samsung TV also has the ability to activate advanced settings, but this should only be done by experienced users who know how to work with the service menu.
Every modern Samsung TV has an automatic TV set-up function. To search, you must select a signal source: satellite, cable or antenna.
To search, you need to go to the menu, select the “Channel search” tab and start the automatic mode. Programs will line up in a specific order.
To change the location of the TV guide yourself, you must select the move function:
- Go to the main menu.
- Go to the “Broadcast” tab (plate icon).
- Move the slider down and find the “Change channel number” command. Click on it to activate.
- Return to the “Home” tab and reopen the “Broadcast” section, select “Change”.
- Select the program to be moved to another position in the channel list. Put a tick on it and choose to change the number.
How to set up your Samsung 7 Series TV
Owners of Samsung TVs often find it difficult to set up sound or find available channels. These problems are especially relevant with models that support the Smart TV function.
But, preparing a Samsung device for work is a simple process, if you first study this issue. How to set up your Samsung TV further in the article.
We connect the TV
For the correct first turning on of the TV, it is advisable (especially for those who have not worked with modern TVs before) to start by studying the instruction manual. This is because you have to set up your Samsung TV and Smart TV plugin.
The task is simplified by the fact that manufacturers understand that modern users do not want to leaf through thick paper instructions for hours, and therefore make the interface as intuitive as possible.
After turning on the TV to the network, you need to use the remote control to agree to the license agreement and proceed to further settings of the Samsung TV.
Functions and characteristics
Like conventional TVs, Samsung advanced models provide the user with a modern and high-quality TV.
Among the mandatory criteria for these devices:
- support and playback of video content of all formats (mpeg-4, acc, m3u, avi, etc.);
- high pixel screen resolution (from 1080p);
- presence of ports for high-bandwidth cables.
With a smart TV, the user can enjoy high definition digital TV with the same comfort as using a computer or digital set-top box.
Each model provides a separate set of features that the user can expand at any time by downloading new widgets from the Samsung Apps developer service.
To enable the Samsung Smart TV browser, it must be connected:
- a local wired network via a twisted pair through a TV router;
- with a wireless Internet network, that is, directly via WI-FI, if Smart TV Samsung has a built-in WI-FI adapter;
- using a WI-FI router (USB), setting up a connection through the connections menu, and choosing the desired options.
To find the desired item, you need to go to Smart Hub by selecting the corresponding key on the control mouse from its menu. “Samsung Apps Store” will provide the option you like.
It is more convenient to connect the TV to the Internet via a direct connection or through a router. To do this, it is enough to connect the cable from the network provider to the television “Ethernet” connector. If the type of ISP does not support the direct connection function, you need to use a router that will help you manage your home network wisely.
For now, let’s leave the option of connecting a WI-FI router and a TV to the Internet via a LAN cable (twisted pair). Let’s look at a smarter way and figure out how to connect Wi-Fi to Samsung.
What will help the owner of Samsung Smart TV when connecting the gadget to a Wi-Fi router? If the wireless Wi-Fi response is weak, diagnostics should be performed using the instructions of the inSSider program, switching to a freer network channel. If Samsung does not have a built-in Wi-Fi adapter, you should purchase an external wireless device and connect to the web using it. It is important to select a USB Wi-Fi router model compatible with the TV model you purchased.
Wi-Fi connection steps
Home network owners who have already installed a router and configured Wi-Fi on it should first check the Internet connection settings on Smart TV. After entering the “Menu” select the “Network” option, then the “Network Status” button and click on the “IP Settings” function.
The IP and DNS status must match the Obtain Automatically method. Then make sure the router is using the Dynamic Host Configuration (DHCP) script and is generally allowed on the Internet.
Do not forget that connecting the router to your Samsung Smart TV via a cable will enable the connection setup through it. Disconnect the cable from the Smart TV and enable automatic setup using a Wi-Fi connection.
Take the remote control and after pressing the “Menu” key in the navigation window that opens, find the item “Network”. In the list provided, click on the “Network Settings” option. The first step will guide you through setting up a wireless connection using the internal LAN adapter. By clicking on the “Start” button, start the search for a Wi-Fi router.
The second step will reflect the search results and list the closest route flows on the Wi-Fi network. After selecting your router, click “Next”. This will check and establish a remote connection.
The third step involves entering the security key previously selected to protect the wireless transmission, that is, the password is identical to the eight-digit code of the router.
Setting up Smart TV on a Samsung TV via wi-fi
The ever-growing line of Smart TV applications developed by Samsung is only suitable for smart TV models. However, only Samsung went the farthest and adapted more than 300 applications, and then there are more and more.
It will be useful for the reader to master the ability to connect Samsung Smart TV to the Internet via a WI-FI router. The manufacturer’s instructions for many seem more than confusing, and the article on how to connect Wi-Fi on Samsung will simplify the setup process and save you time. Indeed, owners of TVs with Smart TVs who connect their devices to the network via WI-FI will have more advantages than after connecting via a local network. Our step-by-step instructions will help you master the process of setting up Samsung to the Internet via WI-FI.
The advantage of connecting Smart TV to Samsung via a WI-FI router will be getting rid of household wires underfoot. And a sufficient speed of the Internet connection will relieve you of discomfort during playback, that is, it will protect the online broadcast on Smart Samsung from freezing and any interruptions.
Checking the connection
After properly connecting to a stable Wi-Fi network, a remote connection will be established.
Internet access will be provided by the built-in Smart TV web browser. If the access key is entered correctly, and the wireless connection to the router or router has not been established, then you need to return to the settings and change them.
The reason for this situation may be problems in the operation of the DHCP scenario for home network access, as indicated by the corresponding TV message.
You can reconnect a Samsung TV via a remote wi-fi connection through the administrative panel of your wi-fi router by disabling the DHCP server protocol and changing the “IP Settings” to Smart Samsung to “Enter manually”. Enter the network connection parameters according to the settings of your router in manual mode.
Connecting to wi-fi without DHCP
To set up a network connection on Samsung, you need to specify the values according to the router’s gateway address, for example 192.168.1.1
- IP address: 18.104.22.1683;
- Subnet type: 255.255.255.0;
- Gateway parameters: 22.214.171.124;
- External DNS server details from Google Corporation: 126.96.36.199 (or gateway address 188.8.131.52).
After this reconfiguration, the wireless connection should be established.
As a rule, after setting up the TV in manual mode, the wi-fi router finds its Internet network.
Now it is necessary to eliminate the problems in the operation of the DHCP session, which ensures the functioning of the rest of home gadgets (laptops, tablets) through an automatic connection to the Internet. All you need to do is have the Honor IP address of each Samsung device and TV in the adapter by MAC address. Such redundancy will help to avoid conflicts in DHCP operation, and all gadgets will respond to a single router IP address every time they connect to the network.
Set up a Samsung TV connection to the Internet via a router, it is easy to learn how to connect Smart TV to a local network using a LAN cable. Customizers recommend using a UTP-5e patch cord, but a hand-molded LAN cable will do.
Usually, for most of the content of various kinds, it is better to disable various display enhancements for moving objects. But you always have the opportunity to customize them to your liking. Corrections may require, for example, some motion interpolation parameters. It depends on the specific content on the TV screen.
If you want to see smooth movement on the screen, set the TruMotion parameter to “Custom” and move the De-Judder slider. LG UN7100 TV (like other 7 Series TVs) can only remove jitter from 24p sources. To do this, simply activate the Real Cinema setting in the Picture Mode Settings menu.
To finish setting up your LG 4K TV, you can tinker with adjusting the settings on the White Balance tab. But we cannot give uniform calibration recommendations here, since the calibration values differ for each device due to manufacturing tolerances. And individual perception of color temperature also varies.
Let’s go to the menu tab Screen Image mode settings Additional settings. Here we turn off the Dynamic Contrast and Super Resolution controls. This recommendation is valid for most of the content. Leave the “Color Gamma” parameter in the “Automatic” value. As a result, the UN7100 will have the correct color settings regardless of the content.
The target gamma should remain 2.2, as this is the preferred value. In this case, the average brightness of the picture will be optimal. We recommend setting the color temperature control to “Warm 2”. This is the typical factory default setting for an LG TV in some modes.
Using your TV as a monitor
In order to support 4: 4: 4 color for optimal gaming on a PC with a TV set as a monitor, you need to set the “PC” input mark for the HDMI port you are using. And after that, set the above SDR or HDR settings again as the picture modes change when the input name is changed. This can be done from the new menu “Home Control Panel” on the EB / Inputs tab.
For applications installed from the factory, HDR is automatically enabled. over, for adequate display of HDR content, some settings are also changed automatically during viewing. This primarily refers to the “Backlight” parameter, which increases to “100”. It is not recommended to do anything else with the settings in this mode.
Samsung TU7000 TU8000 TU8500 2020 TV picture settings
When HDR content comes from external devices that support Ultra HD Deep Color (more than 8-bit color), you need to enable the appropriate setting for the HDMI port you are using. This is done in the Display Advanced Ultra HD Deep Color menu. It is better to connect older devices to a different HDMI port with the extended color option disabled. Otherwise, there may be problems with the image.
If you find that HDR content is too dim, make it brighter. To do this, select the “Vivid” picture mode. This setting should provide a brighter image.
Adjusting the Picture of LG 7 Series TV
In this post, we’ll take a look at the optimal picture settings for your LG 43UN71006LB TV. These parameters will be valid for all diagonals in this ruler. They can also be used to customize other LG 2020 TV lines. These are the following model groups: LG UN7000, UN7070, UN7300, UN7350, UN7400, as well as UN7350 and UN7390.
LV TV settings are applicable to any type of content viewed. The game mode settings plus the use of the TV as a PC monitor are slightly different. This will be discussed separately. Let’s start. So how to set up your LG TV.
Eco mode setting
When setting up your LG digital TV, the first step is to turn off all power saving options and automatic picture adjustments. It is unlikely that you want the LG UN7100 TV to suddenly change parameters when viewing, depending on, for example, ambient lighting.
Therefore, in the settings, select Screen Energy Saving Off. We also turn off the eye protection mode: Screen Additional settings Comfort mode Off Naturally, you set these settings as you wish, because the purpose of adjusting your LG TV is to get a picture that suits you completely.
Adjusting the Picture of a Samsung 7 Series TV
In this guide, we will describe the settings for the Samsung 55TU7100 TV (UE55TU7100UXRU). We believe that they will be valid for models of other diagonals in this line of Samsung 2020 TVs. over, the same settings should be applicable for other lines in the Samsung TU7000 series.
Namely for Samsung TU7002, TU7090, TU7097, TU7100, TU7140, TU7160, TU7170, TU7500, TU7540, TU7560, TU7570. over, the specified picture settings of the Samsung 7 series TV can be used with a wide variety of content. Only games and a monitor mode of use can force you to make adjustments, we will discuss this below. So let’s get down to describing how to set up Samsung 7 series.
Setting up game mode
In basic SDR and HDR settings, very few changes are required for great gameplay. When you start a game, it’s best to turn on Game Mode in the General Settings tab to get the lowest input lag. Use the recommended settings for SDR or HDR. For HDR games, it is important to make sure that input expansion is enabled for the HDMI input you are using.
In most cases, choosing the Samsung 7 Series picture settings for displaying motion is a trade-off between smoothness and blur. Therefore, the adjustment of the motion enhancement functions depends entirely on your perception, on the inertia of your vision. Still, it’s better to start with the fact that the settings in the clarity menu are turned off. And then adjust it depending on the content.
What kind of intervention will the settings require? To enable floatation, set the Image Sharpness parameter to Custom. If you are watching movies with blu-ray players (with a low frame rate), move the Jitter reduction slider. “Clear LED Image” setting enables black frame insertion in Samsung TU7100.
For general content, there are 4 Samsung factory picture modes. The most suitable for flexible change of parameters is the “Cinema” picture mode. It is well adjusted at the factory. In the “Advanced settings” menu, set the contrast to “45” and the sharpness to “0”. We go further in order. We leave the color value as it was. “25”, and “Tone (Z / K)” is set to zero. Let the color tone be “Warm 2”, the gamma value set to “2.2”. These values almost always correspond to the goal.
Samsung 7 Series TV Settings
Eco mode settings
One of the first steps in setting up a Samsung TV, however, for any TV, should be to turn off all energy saving settings. Since it is they who are able to change the parameters of the TV image during viewing or testing. You can leave the auto-off option enabled. it does not affect the picture quality in any way.
For those applications that are preinstalled at the factory, HDR is automatically enabled. In this case, the corresponding HDR icon appears immediately after the start of playback of high dynamic range content. Some Samsung TV settings in this mode adapt to the content. In particular, “Backlight” is increased to the maximum. Let everything remain as it is.
If you want to download HDR content from external devices to your TV, enable input expansion for the corresponding HDMI connector in the External Device Manager menu. There is only one recommendation here. Set the login extension only if you really need it. Otherwise, there may be problems with players or consoles without HDR support.
When HDR video seems faded to you, increase brightness and gamma and set Contrast Enhancement to High. If the “Brightness” parameter is set to “5” and the “Contrast enhancement” parameter is set to “High”, then the picture in HDR will be noticeably brighter.