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post #1 of 4 Old 02-03-2014, 10:39 PM - Thread Starter
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I calibrated my HDTV with my new ColorMunki Display (thanks for all of the advice AVS, I love it!), but everything looks a little too blue. Especially when compared to my newly calibrated 95% gamut laptop screen. Setting the picture temperature to "warm" on the TV results in an acceptable picture, but am I doing something wrong here? When I calibrated my TV, I set the temperature to "normal". Does it matter what temperature the TV is at while calibrating? I'm a little befuddled here
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You are using colorHCFR software ?
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"Normal" usually has excess of blue, you should use "warm" unless you have white balance control on the TV...

BTW, your laptop screen has 95% gamut of what? Not that it makes any difference in your case, you primarily seem to have trouble with white balance...
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I actually just used the ColorMunki software to start - seemed simple enough for my understanding at the time.

And I'm not sure I understand your question mytbyte, it's a 95% color gamut screen, don't know how else to elaborate on that.

I may try colorHCFR soon, I just need to get over my fear of the daunting amount of settings hahaha
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