It would seem that it may be easier to connect and set the TV? However, buying a new device, many users start "google" in the search for the necessary information to set up everything quickly. We collected everything in one place, simplified and made step-by-step instructions. From the article you will learn how to set up digital cable, satellite TV and Smart TV. Nuances (for example, menu items) may differ depending on the brand and the TV model, but it is easy to understand with them.
Connecting and configuring cable digital television
In addition to the TV itself, you will need:
- Antenna with amplifier . Of course, you can take without an amplifier if the quality of the signal is good. However, if you plan to connect two or more in the future, it is better to take with an amplifier. If the distance from the transmitting station is not more than 50 km, then take an inexpensive antenna with a Locus amplifier Meridian 07AF Turbo.
- Tuner (prefix) . The tuner or receiver improves the image quality displayed on the screen. Most modern TVs have a built-in tuner, but old kinescopic models may not work with digital TV. On average, the normal tuner (console) can be purchased for 1000-1500 rubles.
- Cable . The coaxial cable from the antenna to the tuner and the cable with the HDMI connector to connect the tuner to the TV are required.
Step 1: Connect antenna and tuner:
- We guide the antenna on the television tower . The network has a digital television map of Russia, from where you can find out the nearest location of the TV television.
- We attach the antenna to Tuner . Just insert the plug into the corresponding connector, as shown in the picture.
- We attach tuner to TV . Connect the cable to the HDMI connector on TV.
If you need to connect two or more TV to one antenna, then from the previous article, find out how to do it.
Step 2: Automatic channel configuration:
- After turning on the TV, the "Channels are not configured" appears on the screen. To configure, press the "MENU" button on the remote control.
- In the "Technical Configuration" section, go to the "Channel Settings" item.
- In the "Settings of the Channels" section, select Auto Tune.
Automatic channel configuration will last a minute 2 - 3. However, the likelihood of twin channels appeared, and even with poor quality of the transmission of pictures. Such channels immediately need to be deleted manually.
The manual setting allows you to find channels with a good signal, but it takes much more time. If you still decide on manual setting, then for you step 3.
Step 3: Manual Setup:
- In the same section "Technical configuration", select the "Channel Settings" item.
- In the "Channel Setup" item, select "manual setting" or "manual search" (depends on the TV model).
- Run the search with the volume keys, each channel found can be preserved separately.
Connecting and configuring satellite TV
For satellite TV, the same components will be required as for cable, but the antenna naturally needs satellite. Please note that some manufacturers sell the device with which the receiver and converter immediately go. For example, such can be bought from the tricolor, NTV plus, MTS and others.
Step 1: Guidance on the desired satellite:
During the installation of the satellite antenna on the balcony of the high-rise building or the roof of the private house, it is important to locate the device so that it is directed to the appropriate satellite. Here is a list of satellites that have Russian channels and give a good signal in Russia:
- Hot Bird - 13 0VD (East longitude).
- Express AMU1 - 36 0V.D. For tricolor TV and NTV +.
- Express AM6 - 53 0V.D.
- Yamal 402 - 54.9 0V.D.
- Express AT1 - 56 0V.D. For tricolor Siberia and NTV + East.
- ABS 2 - 75 0V.D. for MTS TV.
- Horizons 2 and Intelsat 15 - 85 0V.D. For the Continent TV and Telekart.
In addition, there are still enough satellites that have both paid and free channels.
Step 2: Connecting Cables
As in the case of cable television, the antenna cable must be connected to the receiver, and in turn to attach to the TV. This process will not be written in detail, since it is similar to the connection of the cable TV (see step 1 of the cable digital TV).
Step 3: Channel Setup:
- Automatic setting . On the remote control, press "Menu" and in the "Channels" section choose "Autopoysk". In this section, choose your provider and look for the channels. Please note that, unlike digital TV, satellite automopoys will find and save you a couple of hundred different channels, and a large half will be in a foreign language. After the end of the automotive parties will have much unnecessary to be selected.
- Manual setting . In the "Channels" section, choose "Manual Setup". Here you only choose those channels that will really like sometimes. Channels about nature, travel and sports are very popular. They are most free.
Setting up Smart TV.
Devices with the Smart TV function allow not only to view the TV channels, but also to surf on the network and even talk over Skype (if there is a camera and microphone). For normal operation, you must connect the plasma to the Internet. This can be done in two ways.
Method 1: Connecting through the cable:
- We connect the LAN cable from the modem to the TV to the corresponding port (which is listed in the picture).
- Check the internet in the modem or router.
Method 2: Connection via Wi-Fi:
- Turn on the router and with the help of a smartphone are convinced of the presence of the Internet.
- We connect the Wi-Fi adapter to the TV (bought separately) via the USB port. In some models there are Wi-Fi, so the adapter will not need.
- On the remote control, press the "MENU" button already known to us (on some devices it can be the "Home" or "HAB" button) and go to the "Network" section.
- Select the "network setting" and click "Start" - will go automatically searching for networks.
- Select your network from the list and connect.
After connecting, we need to configure our Smart TV to work. In different models, the setting may differ slightly, but the principle is the same everywhere.
Consider on the example of LG TVs:
- After connecting the Internet, you must go to the device settings through the "MENU" button.
- In the upper right corner there will be a form of entry into account and registration. Choose registration.
- Then we will need to enter your email and come up with a password to enter.
- Using a computer or smartphone, confirm registration by mail.
- We go to the account using mail and password.
After setting up, we are looking for suitable free or pay channels, watch the video on YouTube or other video stations. In the LG Content Store you can download the applications you need.
To begin with, that there is a "correct setting". If you were at least once in the electronics store, you probably noticed that all the TVs displayed are shown differently. What is it connected with? Which one is better? Let's figure it out.
I think you will agree that the TV should not just show some kind of picture, but also to make as little distortions as possible in the original content. Content itself is always created with a loan to the standards and the recommendations of the industry, and the main goal of any TV is to convey to you exactly the image that you wanted to show. It is important here everything: and the tint of the skin from the actor, and the color of the sky at sunset, and which details of the image should be visible, and which are hidden. There are international standards that describe what the image should be on the screen of your TV. All of you, for sure, have met the abbreviations PAL, NTSC, or HDTV, here are behind these letters and the properties of the video signal and various image parameters are hidden. With the arrival of HDTV in our lives, most of the standards are immediately outdated, and in fact, the REC709 standard is most relevant now, which is used in high definition television (HD) and in Blu-ray video.
The general parameters of the correct image are as follows:
- Color temperature 6500K (D65)
- Gamma linear, recommended value 2.22, for darkened room 2.4
- Recommended brightness ~ 120 CD / M2
- Color coverage of the REC709 (similar to SRGB coverage).
Unfortunately, modern TV manufacturers set their products frankly badly, because they are not interested in their displays correspond to existing color standards, and in an increase in sales of these very displays. In the desire to sell more TVs, manufacturers are constantly trying to present more "bright blue" and "live red" colors than their competitors. They specifically enhance the brightness of some colors so that the products look more seductive on the shelves of the stores compared to the analogues of other firms. On the shelves with an externally identical product, the buyer will choose the brightest TV, or the one that the colors seem deeper. If manufacturers had given enough attention to the correct configuration of their products, then all the TVs put on the counter would show a very similar image.
The only correct way to get the right image on the TV screen is hardware calibration. It is that reference images are served on the television input, and measurements are removed from the screen. Next, the TV settings are adjusted While the image parameters are not as close as possible to the standard. But this setting is quite time consuming, requires knowledge, and above all the equipment.
Is it possible to make an image on the screen of your TV more correct without resorting to hardware setup? I will give a few tips based on my experience in setting up different TVs.What image mode Select (Standard / Dynamic / Cinema)?
At the absolute majority of televisions, the Movie / Cinema Mode is most correct. Do not use the "dynamic" mode: due to nonlinear gamma, the image in it is always wrong, and because of the highly overpriced brightness, this mode strains the eyes, especially if you are watching TV with muffled light or in the dark.What is the color temperature mode to choose (Cold / Standard / Warm)?
At the absolute majority of televisions closest to standard color temperatures (6500K) is warm. If there is a warm-blood selection1 / warm2 (on Samsung TVs), determine which one is better. It is usually warm2, but there may be exceptions.What settings are it recommended to disconnect to get the best image?
You must disable all settings that adjust the brightness / contrast to the discretion of the TV. That is, you should disable the "dynamic contrast", "Energy Saving Mode", "Lighting Sensor", "Dynamic Backlight" and not use the "dynamic" image mode.How to install the correct "Contrast" parameter?
In fact, this parameter is incorrect to call "contrast", as the contrast is the ratio of the maximum brightness of the white field (level of white) to the level of black (the level of minimum panel luminosity). So, the "Contrast" parameter in the TV menu changes the white level, that is, the level of maximum brightness of the image.
- to adjust the "contrast" parameter is better in the dark;
- display the image with the white level window (100IRE) (links at the end of the article);
- put the "Contrast" parameter to the value close to the maximum (90-95);
- Reduce the "Contrast" parameter, until the picture with the level of white (100IRE) does not stop "cut your eyes".
SAMSUNG plasma TVs have the "Cell Light" (Cell Light) parameter, which has a big effect on the overall image brightness. You can immediately put it on the value close to the maximum (18-20), and then follow the recommendations.
LCD TVs are arranged a little differently - they have the "Backlight Brightness" parameter (sometimes called "contrast of backlight"), which has the greatest value for the overall brightness of the image.
For LCD / LED:
- the setting is better in the dark;
- put the "Contrast" parameter close to the maximum value (90-95);
- display the image with the white level window (100IRE) (links at the end of the article);
- Put the "Backlight" parameter to the maximum or obviously higher value than necessary;
- Reduce the "Illuminated Brightness" parameter until the picture with the level of white (100IRE) will no longer "cut the eyes".
I do not recommend using the maximum values of the "contrast" parameter, because some TVs in the installation of the maximum value occur the nonlinearity of the color temperature.
An unnecessarily bright image (and the "contrast" / "brightness of the backlight") is responsible for real brightness in the TV) and leads to the fatigue of the eyes, remember this when you configure these parameters.How to establish the correct "Brightness" parameter?
The "Brightness" parameter determines the level of black. To install it in the correct position, you can use the special image of Pluge Pattern. In this image, the extreme left vertical strip corresponds to black color. To set the "Brightness" parameter to the desired position, first increase it until you clearly see all the bands, and then reduce the "Brightness" parameter while the extreme left vertical strip is not rolling with the background. In addition, you can use special discs to configure, such as AVSHD (link at the end of the article), where in the "Basic Settings" section you will find the necessary images to configure the main parameters of the TV.What is "clarity"? How to install it?
"Coldness" (Sharpness) is precisely the image clarity. This parameter is needed so that from different viewing distances you received the same clear image. To configure this parameter, you can use the Special Image "Sharpness Pattern". Methods for setting "Clarity" is as follows:
- sit at the distance of viewing from the TV;
- display the TV screen "Sharpness Pattern";
- Increase the "clarity" parameter to a maximum, or to a value in which the artifacts of excessive "clarity will clearly be visible: light hacons around objects and thickening thin lines;
- Reduce the "clarity" parameter until the image artifacts are disappeared, such as light hacons around objects and thickening thin lines.How to install the "color / saturation" parameter?
Set true this parameter without measurements is difficult. My recommendations - to display high-quality photographs of nature with many shades of green (as it is the most sensitive eye to it, and it is it that it happens on many TVs) and adjust the color / saturation parameter until the image does not look as realistic . Additionally, you need to check the settings on high-quality photos of people, skin shades should be natural.In my TV there are white balance settings and color management system (CMS), how can I configure them right?
Only with hardware calibration. Customize these parameters "on the eye" is useless.
Thank you for paying me time. Constructive criticis is welcome.
Standard REC709 -en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rec._709.
White Level (100IE) to configure "Contrast" -www.w6rz.net/irewindow100.zip.
Disk for setting AVSHD -www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=948496
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Screen size, viewer position, image modes - We will look at all the characteristics.
Correctly select the TV - only halfdes; You need to get a maximum quality from it. In order for TV to always please you, you will have to take care of the setting.
It is best to carry out when the TV is initial; If you look after yourself a new clothes in Black Friday or Cyber Monday, do not forget to allocate the time to immediately make basic actions (for example, the choice of the right place). Adjusting the parameters permissible at any other time; The difference in the image before and after the setting may be split.
Our guide will help you choose the optimal position to install the TV, connect numerous sources to it, and the TV itself to the Internet, and then go to the thinner brightness settings, contrast, motion processing functions and other parameters, each of which will help you get even more Qualitative picture.
Where to place a TV?
Installing the TV in the appropriate, and not the first point of the wrong point from the outlet - the simplest thing is from those that will help to achieve the best quality.
First of all, try to ensure the maximum possible number of places for viewers directly opposite the screen. When viewing at an angle, color and black objects become faded - this is especially important for LCD TVs. For OLED models, the problem is less acute, since the image does not matter so noticeably in quality when viewed at an angle - but we still prefer to sit right in front of the screen so that the whole picture is like on the palm. If the dimensions or shape of the room do not allow this, it will help the TV with a swivel stand.
Take into account the reflections: most windows have curtains or blinds, moreover, you can turn off the light - however, the darkness in the room can also tire the eyes towards the end of the long film.
To ensure multiple lighting, not annoying when viewing, think about the installation behind the Lamp TV, which will provide auxiliary backlight.
Corner and distance view
The screen should be located at the level of the seating viewers, so take care of a high-quality rack of the desired height, on which other desired devices can be placed - a telecase, a Blu-Ray player or Soundbar.
This rule must be observed in the wall placement of TV. Do not follow fashion and install TV over the fireplace - you will feel like in the first row of the cinema. If you want to hang the TV above the eye level, for more comfortable viewing, at least expand it down.
There is no specific recommendation regarding the viewing distance - it depends on both the screen size and the TV resolution.
On average, for Full-HD models, it is worth choosing a place at a distance of 1.5 to 2.5 diagonals of the screen, and for 4K TVs - from 1 to 1.5 diagonals.
Recommendations on distance are based on the fact that the larger the screen size, the larger each pixel - and if you sit too close, then with the most likely you will see them separately (like any image artifacts).
However, in the case of 4K screens, the increased resolution is poured into a decrease in pixel size, so you can sit closer to the screen (almost one and a half times compared with the distance from Full-HD-TV) and not notice them.
Ultimately, the choice of distance is determined by your personal preferences and room parameters.
It's time to think about what you plan to add to your TV. Some owners use the AV receiver and connect all sources to it, others prefer to connect them directly to the TV.
In both cases, it is better to easily associate TV with other components by HDMI cables. This approach provides the best image quality from HD and 4K sources due to the transfer of audio and video signals by one cable at the same time.
Many inexpensive Soundbar models are connected to a TV via a digital optical connector. If you have exactly that, when buying a TV, make sure that it has the necessary output.
If your Soundbar is equipped with an HDMI interface, connect it to the HDMI connector of the TV with the mark "Arc" (Return Audio Channel). In this case, you can transfer an audio signal from connected sources to Soundbar. The same applies to AV receiver that can enhance the sound of the TV.
When buying 4K-TV, pay attention to the presence of HDCP 2.2 in one or more HDMI inputs. This is the name of copy protection technology built into 4K compatible devices; Such an entrance you will need to connect 4K sources - Blu-Ray players, game consoles or receivers.
Specify the availability of support for HDR (Extended Dynamic Range). Remember that all the 4K-HDR-TV models are all HDMI connections support the signal transmission in the HDR format.
Some older TV support 4K HDR is provided only on two of four HDMI inputs. Make sure that you connect the 4K Blu-Ray disk player to the correct HDMI input to get all the advantages of 4K-HDR images.
If you connect a satellite console or cable television module via an HDMI input, it is through them that the channels will be searched. When using a built-in digital or satellite tuner, connect the antenna or cable and start the automatic scanning procedure in the TV channel setup menu.
Connecting TV to the Internet
Online video streaming services are becoming increasingly popular thanks to a huge directory of telecast and films in different formats, including 4K available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. To access all these treasures, you must connect the TV to the home network. Turning TV programs such as BBC iPlayer, and many other intelligent applications that are actively equipped with modern TVs, also require Internet connection.
Most often, this can be done in the "Network" section of the settings menu. Despite the convenience of connecting with Wi-Fi (especially if the TV is far from the router), we traditionally recommend a more stable and reliable Ethernet connection.
It will be especially relevant for those who often look at streaming or ether content in 4K format - they do not have to deal with interrupts or signal broadcasting.
Configuring TV Image Parameters
You can now go close to the refinement of the image. To ensure the maximum picture quality from the new TV, do not take the time to setup.
Most TVs have a good factory image parameters, but several thoughtful adjustments are capable of making it really impressive.
Remember that usually settings apply only to the video from the selected HDMI input. Part of the manufacturers allows you to apply the same to all inputs, but separate programming for each source may turn out to be more correct. Some users even establish different parameters for day and night viewing. In addition, installations for signals in HDR and in standard resolution, most likely, will also have to be made separately.
And finally, your settings will change when viewing any streaming content (from Netflix, BBC iPlayer or YouTube) - and, that is the saddest, you can not always bring the picture directly during viewing.
Do you need a disc with thx optimizer?
In the editorial office, we use special templates for tuning, and the THX optimizer disk can be very useful.
You can find THX-calibrator in additional materials of many THX-certified DVD and Blu-Ray-Ray-Discs - such as "Star Wars", "Pirates of the Caribbean" and Pixar Studios.
Also, there are free THX applications for Android and IOS. Main parameters We will look at the following.
If you want to cancel the changes made and start re-selecting the menu item "Return the factory settings".
Ready image modes
Most TV models have several predetermined modes from which you can start. They differ from the manufacturer to the manufacturer and from the model to the model and usually carry the names like "standard", "dynamic", "movies", "games", "Sport", as well as increasingly found "HDR".
Avoid the "dynamic" mode (sometimes it is called "alive"): in this case it looks spectacular, but the oversaturation of the colors and the white overheating leads to the loss of detail.
It is best to start with "Standard" or "Cinema" (sometimes it is called "warm" or "pro"); The latter is usually the most accurate color palette.
4K-HDR TVs automatically switch to HDR mode when playing content in 4K HDR format. It becomes maximum brightness and contrast to ensure compliance with its standards.
There are some other modes that may be useful in certain circumstances. For example, the winners of the game consoles are worth choosing "games". In it, most processing technologies are disconnected for the sake of a faster response - this is especially important for first-person shooters.
Also, many models today have "eco" -re. But, although we are entirely for protecting the environment, it is better not to choose it - it reduces the brightness of the screen and can lead to instability of the image. Some models, the ECO mode is in another section of general image settings; It makes sense to view its details and disable all unnecessary, especially any options whose name hints at the "room light sensor". They must adjust the image under its level, but as a result, the picture becomes too faded.
And lovers of sports should not be seduced by the "sports" modes in which it is shouting unrealistic.
Contrast, in other words, the level of white, determines how white the brightest fragments of the image will be. The goal is a bright picture with clearly visible separate details.
A good way to check contrast - scenes with clouds; Install it at maximum and lower the level until you start to see the parts instead of solid white spots.
Many LCD screens have a fairly high contrast - up to 80-90%. Start with 65% and change it to your taste; But if you have a plasma TV, choose lower values in order to avoid burnout panel.
The same rule applies to OLED models, despite the fact that they are inferior to LCD televisions in absolute brightness. It is necessary to make bright areas of the image quite energetic so that they clearly contrasted with absolutely black without loss of the smallest details.
Brightness, backlight parameters, color palette
Despite the name, this parameter actually adjusts the level of black. We need to get the maximum depth of black, not losing the details of dark objects.
To adjust, raise the brightness level so that the black stripes above and under the scenes have become gray, and then lower it until they become black again.
There should be something dark on the screen to adjust the level on it - for example, a jacket or a shirt. Lower the brightness until the items are lost in the shade, then return a little back. Usually, the brightness is set at about 50%.
This parameter adjusts the overall brightness of the image, allowing it to customize it for different conditions.
You can choose different values for the day and night, slightly lowering it in a darkened room, so as not to tire your eyes.
The value of the parameter depends on the situation and personal preferences; Start from the middle of the scale and change your taste.
You may not spend a lot of time on setting up the color balance, since the preset TV modes often automatically specify it - at about the middle level.
Turn on the scene with a colorful color palette and make sure the colors look quite bright; If it is not so, slide the regulator up to add them energetic. And on the contrary, if the colors seem oversaturated, reduce a couple of points.
Then turn on the frame with people to check the realism of the bodily tones. This is one of the most complex parameters for setting; Do not regret the time to achieve a natural shade.
Most TV has a function of installing a color temperature in the range from "cool" (bluish shades) to "warm" (with a red-colored bias); It is best to leave it as "neutral" or "normal".
If you get the right balance of brightness of paints and their accuracy, experiment with color and saturation; Often the best is the basic option - near the zero mark or middle.
What level of clarity to choose?
The high definition level of the image is not always so good, it seems. Because of him, the picture may look unnatural and hiding small details. In most cases, it is better to establish its value not higher than 30%.
To configure this parameter, turn on the image in HD or 4K mode with smooth circuits and look at them, increasing the clarity from zero. At some point, you will notice that the contours become unnaturally sharp, and a halo appears around them; Return a little back until it disappears.
With clarity, such a phenomenon is closely associated with the departure of the sweep, which has arisen long before the appearance of HD broadcasting; In this case, the frame contours are used to conceal unnecessary information. To get the picture entirely, you must disable this parameter.
Go to the SITOR ratio settings menu and make sure that the "Full" value, "1: 1" or the like is selected.
After the basic parameters of the static image are installed, it is worth talking about its processing. Most TV manufacturers include a full set of processing functions in the menu, which are not only confused, but also strongly affect the picture - and not always for the better.
It is impossible to say that they are all completely useless; In recent years, their quality has noticeably increased, but most often the winnings in one respect is accompanied by a deterioration in another, and find the right balance is not easy.
As a rule, at first it is best to disable all active processing modes, configure the base parameters of the image and then experiment with each individual mode, starting with the smallest values to make sure that the picture becomes better with it.
Here are some of the most popular image processing modes and the functions performed by them:
Black and White Amplifier
In most cases, the best thing to be done to form high-quality black and white colors is to correctly set contrast and brightness; But the best models allow you to get an even more spectacular image with similar amplifiers.
However, in older or inexpensive TVs, the modes are better to turn off, since simultaneously with the increase in the darkness of the black or brightness of white, the image details are reduced. In other words, act carefully.
This parameter and various variations of the "dynamic" mode are caused by TV to change the brightness depending on what is happening on the screen: in dark scenes it will make the picture darker to increase the depth of the black, in bright - brighter.
The best TV allows you to improve the image quality by setting this parameter, but the percentage of improvement is significantly different from the model to the model, and everything that remains is to continue experimenting in search of the optimal result. In some TV, when this parameter is turned on, the screen starts flashing or jumping brightness. When signs of such behavior appear, turn off the function.
Noise suppression and motion processing
Noise reduction / contour correction
Noise reduction and other similar functions often reduce the sharpness of a good HD- or 4K-picture, sacrificing the details for the sake of reducing noise levels.
Reverse pattern is observed in the case of contour correction: this feature enhances the noise in an attempt to increase resolution.
Both of these opportunities may be useful only when viewing the TV shows in the standard resolution; In other cases it is better to do without them.
This is one of the most important components of the image processing; But, despite the noticeable recent improvements, the smoothness of the movement of objects is still achieved due to the stability of the picture as a whole.
Depending on the manufacturer, this feature can be called Trumotion (LG), MotionFlow (Sony) or Motion Plus (Samsung). It analyzes the image and inserts repeated or empty frames to avoid jerks when driving.
The task of a high level of processing leads to the appearance of unpleasant blurred halos around moving objects. In the films, this approach creates a "soap opera effect": Hollywood blockbuster, shot with a frequency of 24 frames / s, begins to look like an episode of television series for 60 frames / s.
Sports fans may prefer a more smoothed image, having resigned with the advent of artifacts.
In recent years, technology has become more mature, so we recommend when watching movies, if necessary, use a small level of movement processing (or completely disconnect it if a small jitter is not irritated). It all depends on personal preferences, so do not be afraid to try different options.
The best result is achieved by separating the processing of motion to control blur and jitter (such an option is offered by OLED models LG and samsung QLED TVs). If your TV allows you to disconnect the suppression of the jitter and select the level of blur to taste.
Sit and see
Now your TV is fully configured, and everything you stay is to include high-quality source material, sit down and enjoy the spectacle.
Prepared according to the materials of the portal "What Hi-Fi?", October 2019 www.whathifi.com.
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