Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
why would you recommend making changes to the ADC calibration in the service menu (unless you're not and I'm misunderstanding your post)?
Zoyd it's not recommending any change in ADC Calibration, he is explaining how you could get the best "16-235 response" using ADC Calibration to get the best black and the best white that YCBCR it's "capable". I personally admire his work, patience and effort to explain and help everyone to improve the potential of their tvs. Of course, I agree with you, televisions are properly configured at the factory but, as with most commercial hardware that is sold, "they" usually adjust the above configurations to search for sales than to a real flight to quality, It is the responsibility of the users get the most potential. Of Course, all these settings should to be performed with extreme caution given the consequent loss of warranty failure and i'm asking here to contrast it before making any change to serve to another users to get the most from his hardware.
I know you told me lots of times, but I think it is possible to improve "FULL RGB sources" matching ADC TARGET to FULL RGB specifications. It is certain that your choice to YCBCR is perfect and that even covers the FULL RGB spectrum but, there is no possibility of that, as discussed in the blog and even other fellow forum, improve the "RGB color representation" by adjusting the "mathematical" calibration to 0-255 (0 to 1020)?.
I am investigating whether it is possible to improve the color rendering on PCs and consoles (PS3 or XBOX360) by exploiting the potential of the calibration of our televisions. Perhaps it was tailored to improve the quality for viewing movies or TV Blu-Ray support with some videogames but not dedicated to videogames as happens for example with the monitors.
Perhaps I am wrong since I don't have the experience and knowledge that you have here, I'll try this weekend and i promise to truthfully convey total if the results are correct or incorrect.