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post #1 of 2 Old 07-16-2012, 06:14 AM - Thread Starter
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Try to set the TV image of Philips 42pfl3606-Contrast and Brightness from I think I brought it to some satisfactory values ​​- respectively Contrast-39 Brightness-53 Color-42, I turned off all the "improvements" of the picture , i set Tint to Warm but later modify it slightly with the following values ​​R-128 G-105 B-87 with these values ​​Tint colors are nice but the blue and yellow are not so good - blue goes to the purple, and yellow to green, and to turn the values ​​of Tint to make a nice yellow and blue ruin other colors.
Please advice how to configure them.
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Those R B and G values you modified are really for Grayscale, not Tint. Although, as you've seen, they do impact how colors look (think watercolor tinting of a black and white photo). If you wrote down the original values, you should go back to them. Sadly, if you don't have a real CMS, about all you can do is balance-not eliminate-the errors in the secondaries.


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