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post #31 of 36 Old 11-26-2013, 03:18 PM - Thread Starter
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Here you go.

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On the iPad here at least one site that I was viewing gray bars patterns the last few dark shades have a more blue tinge than the rest of the bars..Not sure why that was..Might check for that........I just spotted some new problems so comparing average picture levels on tv too the photos needs fine tuning here.Dont have enough yellow glow.Too blue,overly dynamic....too remedy means making white/ lighter screens dull murky.Seems like I may have too live with the dull murky white screens...This plasma ain't easy.
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As already stated you have to calibrate your iOS or Andorid device and use the provided (colormanagement aware) App to display the test patterns.
No mobile device is out of the box really usable for the intended task.
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Here is my shot at measuring the ipad air's screen.


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Jim if your talking about looking at tv and comparing it to iPhone the biggest problem is the iPhone is too small.Its better too view both items at a distance so it's not really good for iPhone.....Seeing as calibtrating this plasma is best too get average picture levels and outdoor scenes correct would that thing you hooked up too tv too measure watt usage be good for finding average picture levels?
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Looked at the ipad air and it looked quite yellow compared to the iPad 1 or 2 that was noticeably more blue.Not sure what settings iPad air was set on though.Colors more saturated on iPad air too.
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