Below are Picture Settings for the 2018 LG OLED Series TVs
- For the best overall picture quality, it is recommended to turn the Energy Saving option Off.
- Under the Picture Settings Menu, Select the OLED Panel Settings.
- Pixel Refresher – This option is not very noticeable, so leaving it On is recommended.
- Logo Luminance Adjustment – This option is suitable for sports or news viewing to reduce the brightness of lower/upper-third graphics that remain static for extended periods.
- OLED Light – The average setting is 50. This setting adjusts the overall lighting of the display. For a bright room, set it to the maximum. For a darker room, set it to a lower value.
- Contrast – A setting of 85 is a safe value. This setting adjusts the brightness range of the image. A low value results in a dim image.
- Brightness – Adjusts the black level. 50 is almost always the best value.
- Sharpness – Higher values result in ringing around the edges. For higher quality content, Sharpness should be set to a value of 0 to get the most accurate image.
- Color – This affects the saturation of colors. The default value of 50 is best.
- Tint – This rotates the color palette. For most accurate balance, keep this setting at 0.
Expert Control Menu
- Dynamic Contrast – This tends to lower the Gamma Curve, resulting in an increase in detail and a brighter image on low settings and a darker image for high settings. However, these are less accurate than adjusting OLED light and Gamma settings.
- Color Gamut – Auto – This results in more vivid colors.
- Gamma – Most content is set to 2.2
- White Balance – Warm 2 is what most content is set at, or 65k.
Though other options are available, default values for the remaining settings are recommended.