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I'm watching Freesat through my TV's built-in tuner which works great. However there are a lot of advanced signal/tuning etc. settings and I was wondering if there are any changes to these that would benefit my viewing further...? All a bit complicated for me!

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Hi @Rixydix,  think Auto Tuning  is best unless there are any issues    and you can transfer a channel list via USB but do have Freestat (however principle much the same as Freeview-though do not have the need to use that much )

 

As far as Tv settings go much the same whether you are using Freestat/Freeview or satellite/cable system.     Generally it is best to use Movie or Standard Mode, keep auto processing to a minimum and disable most of the Eco settings to give a brighter picture.   There are various expert recommendations available but to suit your own preferences a bit of tweaking may be required. Personally whilst I don't have the same model prefer the backlight to be a bit higher than  is generally suggested.   I'll enclose a few links here  https://www.whathifi.com/advice/how-to-set-your-tv-and-get-best-picture           https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/qled-q7f-q7/settings

 

 

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Superuser I
Superuser I

Hi @Rixydix,  think Auto Tuning  is best unless there are any issues    and you can transfer a channel list via USB but do have Freestat (however principle much the same as Freeview-though do not have the need to use that much )

 

As far as Tv settings go much the same whether you are using Freestat/Freeview or satellite/cable system.     Generally it is best to use Movie or Standard Mode, keep auto processing to a minimum and disable most of the Eco settings to give a brighter picture.   There are various expert recommendations available but to suit your own preferences a bit of tweaking may be required. Personally whilst I don't have the same model prefer the backlight to be a bit higher than  is generally suggested.   I'll enclose a few links here  https://www.whathifi.com/advice/how-to-set-your-tv-and-get-best-picture           https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/qled-q7f-q7/settings

 

 

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