I'm considering a purchase of the 10001 TruVue eeColor Processor, and in a conversation with one of their reps, something has come up that seems a bit off to me... based on the background material from my Blu-ray Digital Video Essentials, I was under the impression that you were always supposed to calibrate your TV to NTSC. When I asked the rep if there were any things I needed to do in advance regarding calibration, he said, "If you can have the TV calibrated for sRGB color gamut and gamma of 2.2. The eeColor tables assume an sRGB color gamut and 2.2 gamma."
I replied, "I’m planning on using it for playing movies, so I’d want it calibrated to NTSC, not sRGB, correct? Is it able to do this?"
He responded, "You want sRGB as all blu-ray content, etc... is master for sRGB and all HDMI DTVs now use the sRGB color gamut. NTSC color gamut is rarely used today and most DTV do not support this gamut."
Is this something that has changed in the last few years? The last time I had my TV calibrated was probably four to five years ago.
My new TV is a Samsung PN60F8500, if that matters.