Optimum Settings For Directv?
I just purchased this TV in a 65" model yesterday. I originally had a 60" Samsung UN6350 from 2014 but it got damaged. I originally replaced it with an LG SK8000 which I didn't like at all because of the IPS panel and then got a NU7100 which was fine besides the motion blur I was easily detecting. The NU8000 seems to have fixed a lot of the motion blur I was seeing with regular programming but football still had a little blur to it and panned out shots (usually every play) don't look crisp. I'm noticing that detail is much worse in panned out shots in general while close ups look pretty great. Also, older content is especially not great looking. A recent episode of Shark Tank looked good but watching an early episode of That 70's Show looked pretty bad. I guess my questions are:
1. Does anyone have ideal settings for a DirecTV box? I've tried the Rtings settings but they don't seem pleasing to my eye. Should I have some settings on like Digital Clean View, Auto Motion Plus (slight blur reduction? judder at 0?), or any other setting?
2. Would upgrading to a new Genie with 4K support do literally anything to my picture? It's $7 more per month and if I get nothing from it, I don't want to mess with what I have. I probably wouldn't watch the 3 channels in 4K that they have.
3. Is this just the way it is for 4K televisions that are running 720 and 1080p content? Are things just going to be more noticeably bad on this TV compared to my 60" 1080p set?
4. Is there a cheap/free way to calibrate the TV in my room's lighting?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help!