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post #31 of 35 Old 12-12-2012, 05:07 AM
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hello there...
sooo i have calibrate my LCD Samsung tomorrow...my Plasma was calibrate at this weekend..
it´s a good result...but not 100%
but the Gamma ist very high...2,2 is 100% , but i have 2,4-2,5 or higher...
an what ist at my Samsung RGBhigh and RGBlow??
gain, or offset from red , blue and Green?
because my Gray at 30% is too high...RGBhigh is good but the RGBlow ist to high, but what is RGBlow???
txs...
sorry for my bad english:-)

First, have you set contrast and brightnes withthe appropriate patterns ?

What's your samsung settings ?

RGBhigh => gain RGB
RGBlow => offset RGB

Try this :

- in the colorHCFR section => 10% grayscale => 30 % gray pattern and click in continuous reading in colorHCFR V3, decrease the blue RGBlow or blue offset to match green and blue
- when the grayscale is ok (flat line and delta E above 3) measure complete grayscale and look at the gamma graph.
- if the gamma at highend (from the right 50% to 100 % gray) is to high, try to increase to same amount the RGBHigh or gain (normally the gamma curve will decrease to flatten line)
example :
your actually settings is
RGB high Red : +2
RGB High Blue : -1
RGN High Green : -3

The new settings to decrease the gamma curve is to increase to same amount the RGBHigh or gain like this :
old settings new settings
RGB high Red : +2 => +3
RGB High Blue : -1 => 0
RGN High Green : -3 => -2

- take new complete grayscale measurement to control gamma curve and try this method until you reach a more flat gamma curve from 2.2 to 2.35
- control the grayscale, contrast and brightness to be sure that's all good

keep us updated wtih your new calibration graph wink.gif
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hello Sven txs fot the answer...here are the results of the last Calibration:-))

i thing it´s ok??





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The 30 % stimulus level of the grayscale is too high, the rest of the grayscale is good
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Hello

I now have everything set well.

One question I have now, but still.
How do you make exactly the contrast and brightness?

How should the backlight?

Otherwise, has helped me a lot realzven.

Thank You

Where did you come from, if I may ask?
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Hy, now i have calibrate my Plasma ps64e8090,bevor that was a LCD TV.....

but now i have the calibrate my Plasma TV Samsung ps64e8090 but the white is not white, the white ist to gray....what is this??

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