I am a bit of a newb when it comes to calibrating, and I apologise if this is a dumb question.
I have a Panasonic G20B UK plasma, and was going through the notions of calibrating it using an iDisplay 3 retail, Calman 4.4 and the latest AVSHD DVD (2.0d). I got the grayscale to be spot on, but I ran into a few difficulties getting the colour to spec. Before I try again getting the colour right, I spent some time trying to read up a bit more on calibration, and what other users have done with the G20.
Specifically, I am a bit confused on what I have read on the CMS of the G20: In the colour management menu, one has the options to change the Hue (R,B,G) and Saturation (R,B,G) settings. Now, I had thought that the Saturation settings only affected the primary colours, and the Hue settings only adjusted the secondary colours, and hence on my first calibration attempt, I was trying to get the primaries right by only adjusting the saturation settings, and then moving to the secondaries by adjusting the hue settings. I couldnt get the colours to lie in their respective places on the triangle, and also couldnt get the DeltaL and DeltaH readings to be below 3.
However, on a review of the G20 on another website, the author stated that "This is a 2D CMS system and only affects primary colours..."
So have I been using an incorrect approach when calibrating colour on the G20, in the sense that the Saturation and Hue settings actually only apply to the primary colours, and there is nothing I can do on where the secondaries end up on?
Would anyone have any tips for me that are specific to calibrating the G20 display?
Thank you all for your kind help