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Here are the following settings we've used for the calibration of the LG 43" UJ6300 (43UJ6300 ), and these should also work for the 49" variant (49UJ6300), the 55" variant (55UJ6300 ) and the 65" variant (65UJ6300 ).These work with everything except for gaming which requires some minor changes, which we list below.To get the best input lag possible when gaming whether you are in SDR or HDR, you need to set the ' Picture Mode' to ' Game'.Once the ' Game' picture mode is selected, some options won't be available in the setting pages since the ' Game' picture mode disables most of the image processing to give better input lag.We set the ' Black Level' to ' Low' to match our source ' Output Dynamic Range'.When set wrong, blacks will look much more grayish or may be crushed.When the TV detects HDR content, it will give you 5 ' HDR Picture Mode' options.
We then set the ' Contrast' to 90 and found that the TV will clip past this value.
Under game mode, the color temperature setting is now a slider giving you a difference control from colder to warmer.
The gamma selection is also a bit different, giving you the option from ' Low' to ' High2'. For the rest of the available settings, you can follow our general settings.
We then set the ' Color Gamut' to ' Auto' since when set to ' Auto' the TV will set the ' Color Gamut' automatically to match the video source.
The gamma was changed to 2.2, since it is the gamma that we aim for during calibration.