I'm calibrating my Sharp LC-70C8470U TV and could use some guidance.
Thus far, I've got a very good w/b(10 IRE is dE 3.5 the rest are <3), gamma is very flat with an average of 2.2, but I've got a couple of primaries that are being difficult.
dE for Primary/Secondary Colors are as follows:
Obviously, magenta is the biggest issue, but I think there may be room for improvement. This was about the best I could do with blue, but perhaps with some input both colors can be improved. I'm sure I can dail red in to dE <3.
For Magenta, I chose to set the luminance accurately and do my best to hit the x,y. Which is more important to the dE calculation (Y or x,y)?
For Blue, when I balance R & G, the x,y for B is way off and Y is way too high. When I get close to REC709 for B, it seems to toggle with very little change in Hue.
Also, I've played around with calibrating using 75% saturation windows. I can get the 75% sats to come in accurately, but the primaries are still way off. My understanding is that the primaries are used by the display to create the colors, so I'm confused regarding which method will deliver the best PQ (i.e. the primaries are off, so how can the displya create accurate colors).
Thanks in advance for your input.
i1 Display Pro (i1D3)
ControCal Elite X5 Edition v2
Vizio M652i-B2....................HCFR 3.3.1
Vizio E600i-B3.....................i1 Display Pro
Sharp LC-70C8470U............ControlCAL Elite X5 Edition v2