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How does my post calibration chart look?

Is there anything I can do to fix the gamma bump between the 80% and 100%? I do not have gamma controls. What else should I be be tweaking?

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-18-2014, 05:21 PM
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Your contrast setting is likely too high.

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Your contrast setting is likely too high.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I turned down my contrast a few clicks and compensated with an increase in backlight. The gamma now tracks as it should. I'm surprise the color readings drifted more than i thought. I had to tweak most of the color adjustments again to get back to correct color readings.
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Greetings

Your contrast setting is likely too high.

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This. On my personal TV, the gamma doesn't level out unless the contrast is at 78 (or below...the control goes to 100) even though the contrast pattern looks correct through the 80s. Clipping/colorshifts start in the early 90s
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