Settings for LG C8 series TV models (55C8PLA, 65C8PLA, 55C8PUA, 65C8PUA, 77C8PLA, 77C8PUA, 55C8GNA, 65C8GNA, 77C8GNA). All models are one series of C8 televisions, but are made for different countries. The difference between the TV models is the type of digital tuner installed to receive TV broadcasts.
The TVs have factory settings, which in principle provide good enough parameters, but more fine-tuning will produce an even more beautiful picture. Some settings, need to be selected individually, depending on the lighting conditions in the room. This is brightness and contrast, you should immediately be oriented that the brightness you will have almost maximum or even maximum, this is due to the peculiarities of OLED-panels. LG needs to find a middle ground between brightness and TV panel life. You should know that OLED TVs tend to burn out over time, there is a residual image on the screen, it is not critical in most cases, but unpleasant.
|Picture Mode Settings||20||-2||-3||-3|
|MPEG Noise Reduction||Off|
|Motion Eye Care||Off|
|Dynamic Tone Mapping||On|
|Color Management system|
We set the aspect ratio to 16×9, which is the standard image aspect ratio used in most cases.
Power saving – Power saving mode, also saves the screen from burning out, automatically adjusts the brightness depending on the light. Turning this mode on will not save the desired settings, turn it off.
Just Scan – Enabling this mode will automatically adjust the video from the HDMI ports.
Set the picture brightness to 50, contrast to 100, and sharpness to 0, these settings are optimal for viewing.
Disable additional software settings as they may affect picture quality. Disable Dynamic Contrast, Super Resolution, Color Filter, Real Cinema, TruMotion, and others.