Perhaps one of you kind folks can explain what I am seeing on these charts in a manner commensurate with my level of understanding.
I have an InFocus 7210 that I have "calibrated" (term used very loosely) in the past with Avia and adjustments suggested by Bob Williams a couple of years back.
As I recently obtained a new "toy" I decided to check my Avia adjustments with the CA-6X and PL's software. I have attached the CIE graphs that I did both before and after showing both the 1931 graphs and the 1976 graphs.
Two things bother me here:
1. My grayscale adjustments did actually bring down the IRE that previously was close to 6800 down to ~6650, but it appears to me that the colors on the 1931 chart after calibration are farther from their targets than they were before I worked on the gray scale...... wah!
2. When I look at the pre and post CIE charts in the 1976 chart the pre looks okay, but the post is WAY out of the park... what the heck is going on here??? They are the same reading that produce the post_1931 chart so why would they be so very screwed up on the 1976 chart?
I will also post the IRE readings in case you guys need those to give me some ideas of what is happening. Obviously I still have work to do as so far I have only been playing with the gray scale adjustments with the RGB gains and offsets. I have not yet opened up the ISF menu (need to call InFocus and get the code) so I am not familiar with the adjustments available there.
Thank you for your assistance,