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Yeah, I agree, if turning on xvYCC changes the image visibly when you are playing nornal non-xvYCC sources, one or both of the involved components are doing something wrong. It's always safest to keep it turned off, but turning it on should not change what you see on-screen from normal consumer video sources (cable, satellite, blu-ray) should not change at all. xvYCC's coordinates for the wider gamut are unrecognizeable to any normal "HDTV mode". If that mode changes anything, the TV or source have some kind of problem.
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