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I am hoping I can pick your guys brains on something.....I have a tc-p60st30 and I am having to crank the w/b high Red all the way to the max to try and get proper readings on my i1 display 2. I am using the hcfr software. For the most part all values are coming out well seeing as I am only getting around 0.308 x after 50 ire.

I have all the fluff turned off, mid panel, he,I = graphics as it is. The only setting with proper gamma.

Contrast is measuring aroun 28 and is set at 93, brightness is 51, and color is 48.

Any help would be great as I have been working at this all week.
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which color temp are you attempting to wb? which pic mode? user menu or service?
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Using warm 2, using custom and I haven't dove into service menu. I am not familiar with the Panasonic service menu.
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Forget the readings. How does white actually look? If it is red or pink tinted, then your meter has drifted.

Its very common unfortunately.
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You may want to take a look at the first couple of posts in this thread, especially if everything does not look good.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1411462
Most of the thread is just noise but it does explain why your picture may not look as the readings would suggest .. if that is the case.
Also, if you are local to Philadelphia PA, I would be happy to help you as I have others on the board.
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You may want to take a look at the first couple of posts in this thread, especially if everything does not look good.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1411462
Most of the thread is just noise but it does explain why your picture may not look as the readings would suggest .. if that is the case.
Also, if you are local to Philadelphia PA, I would be happy to help you as I have others on the board.

I think you guys are correct. Initially I was impressed, however the baseline was just terrible, so anything would have been better.

I will pick up an i1 pro and try to calibrate it using that. I am in Seattle if anyone knows of a good calibrator here.
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I think you guys are correct. Initially I was impressed, however the baseline was just terrible, so anything would have been better.

I will pick up an i1 pro and try to calibrate it using that. I am in Seattle if anyone knows of a good calibrator here.

Please note, you can rent a spectro to do a profile and then use the D2. You do not have to buy another meter, there are options.
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