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Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 LED LCD HDTV Review$2,099.00
Once we put the Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 in Cinema mode, almost all the work was done for us. We simply needed to raise the backlight and turn off a couple of video processing features. First you have to find the Cinema mode, though. The menus are a labyrinthine mess, with settings buried across multiple submenus. How anyone but a professional television reviewer finds their way around this is a mystery to us.
Here's a hint: find the Preferences submenu and select Scene Modes > Cinema. Then wend your way back to the Picture Settings menu and you'll find all the settings located in the table below.
All of our calibration is done in conjunction with the DisplayMate software.
The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 has a number of Picture mode and Scene modes. They're essentially the same thing, so why Sony buried them in two completely different branches of the menu is beyond us.
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