Vizio Color Tuner Settings Guide

If you have a Vizio TV, you might enjoy its features. But you can enhance these options by working on their settings. Luckily, these adjustments can be made without any professional help.

One of such settings is the color tuner setting. Although they might look hard, you can make these adjustments by using a guide.

vizio color tuner settings

In this post, we have listed various settings for working on the Vizio TV color tuner. So even if you are confused about improving your picture quality, you can get things done through our article.

Vizio Color Tuner Settings

Here are the best settings for working on the color tuner of a Vizio TV. But before using our recommendations, we suggest that you check the owner’s manual.

Here are the Vizio TV Color Settings for several Vizio TV models:-

 Vizio TV  Color  Tuner Settings

 Vizio TV Model  Vizio Color Tuner Settings
 D 50
M  Normal
P 50
V 50

The Color Tuner Settings for the Vizio D Series

You can easily work on the color settings of the Vizio D Series. To get started, simply adjust the color settings to 50.

The Color Tuner Settings for the Vizio M Series

If you want to adjust the color on the Vizio M, leave the settings on Normal. Then check if the quality of the image has improved.

The Color Tuner Settings of the Vizio P Series

The Vizio P series might offer some of the best pictures from the brand. But you can improve the color by leaving its setting at 50.

How Can I Adjust the Vizio Color  Tuner Settings?

Here are the general steps for setting the color on most Vizio TV sets

  1. Press the Menu Button on the remote control
  2. Scroll to the Picture – Picture Mode
  3. Scroll to Color and adjust the settings to your preference. Hit the Menu button twice to exit the settings

Other Picture Settings for Vizio TVs

Asides from setting the color tuner, you can also use the other settings to improve the overall picture quality of any Vizio TV.

Vizio D Series Picture Settings

  • Color: 50
  • Sharpness : 0
  • Tint : 0
  • Picture Mode: Calibrated Dark
  • Backlight: 22
  • Brightness: 50
  • Contrast: 50
  • Black Detail: Off
  • Color Space: Auto
  • Reduced Noise: Off
  • Gamma: 2.2

Vizio M Series Picture Settings

For SDR Content:

If you want to watch SDR material, use the following settings :

  • Black Level: 50
  • Color Temperature: Normal
  • Picture Mode: Calibrated Dark
  • Contrast: 50

If you want to watch HDR Content:

  • Picture Mode: Calibrated Dark
  • Full UHD Color: On

Vizio P Series Picture Settings

  • Color: 50
  • Sharpness : 0
  • Tint : 0
  • Picture Mode: Calibrated Dark
  • Backlight: 22
  • Brightness: 50
  • Contrast: 50
  • Black Detail: Off
  • Color Space: Auto
  • Reduced Noise: Off
  • Gamma: 2.2

Vizio V Series Picture Settings ( Advanced Picture Mode) for SDR Content

  • Color: 50
  • Sharpness : 0
  • Tint : 0
  • Picture Mode: Calibration Mode
  • Backlight: 50
  • Auto Brightness Control: Medium
  • Contrast – 50
  • Tint – 0
  • Backlight Control – Off
  • Film Mode- On
  • Gamma – 1.8
  • Backlight Detail – Off

Why Is My Vizio TV Not Showing Color?

Sometimes your Vizio TV might not show any color. If you have this problem, then you might have to focus on the power source of the TV.

You can fix this issue by unplugging the TV from the wall outlet. Wait for 60 seconds before reconnecting the TV back to the power source. Then switch on the TV and check if the color is back.

Why is My Vizio TV Showing a Green Screen?

Are you having a weird green hue across the screen of your Vizio TV? If yes, then you might have to spend a few seconds with the picture settings of the device.

Start by clicking on Settings – Expert Settings – HDR Mode – Switch Off. If the issue continues, Settings – Expert Settings – RGB Only Mode – Switch Off the Green Setting. You should also remove any magnetic items around the device.

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  • Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.