Originally Posted by charli007
calibration hdmi failure please help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
I didn't have a calibraton failure per se, but after upgrading firmware to 1037, I got the "green push" or tint. I though I fixed it in the service menu but it never really quite got fixe. I have a 4065f 1032/1008.
I tried many rememdies but it was a combination that put me back to picture perfection.
Switch inputs to cable. Power off and mute 182 on, go into service menu and write down white balance, and SVP-LX Offset, Gain, and Clock Settings.
Load the calibration patter in post #47. Switch input back to HDMI. Power off and mute 182 on and go to service menu and run HDMI calibration. If you're lucky, that's it, you'll have the factory quality picture back.
If like me, you picture is more whacked than before, that's OK. Some of your numbers are probably way off, like in the 6000s. Settings you can't or didn't touch have been calibrated, now go into White Balance and SVP-LX and enter the settings you noted from the cable input. For numbers in the thousands go up and it will jump to 0, if you go down it'll take forever. All should be like new again after that.
For my 1032/1008 board the proper settings are:
Bright - 128
All Offset and Gain settings 512
Offsets R,G,& B = 62
Gains, R,G,&B =294
Clocks A=16, B=133,C=8
Thanks to everyone in this forum. It took a while and a combination of several solutions for me to get mine truly fixed but I wouldn't have been able to do it without AVS Forum. Thanks to zzzpt for the chart, though I'm not sure this is the one Samsung uses it did help me complete the calibration adn all I needed then was to adjust the above settings.
Even with the proper settigns above, without successfully completing a calibration with the chart, the picture was just never quite right.