Page 20 of the owner's manual shows a tint control:
In this digital world we live in with digital signal transfer, I'm not sure it is even necessary when using HDMI cords, at least if you have a truly neutral white/gray screen. It may only be necessary for analog inputs.
I would really like to try this disc out on my two new Sony TVs but the download links seem to be dead.
I think I am in desperate need of configuring my settings for my JVC LCD. Maybe I am am just going crazy trying to get it "perfect" or maybe the settings are off but if anyone can offer some tips on how to make the picture better, that would be great! I've listed what I have it set as right now and also included a few photos. The camera made them look a little brighter than what it really is. The main problem I keep running into is that the skin tones tend to look a little more red than I want it to or when I finally get the color temperature to something I'm something happy with, tv looks like either too much red or blue is popping out. Trying to find something in the middle to where I'm about to watch it both during the day and night. The only lighting I have in the room is the open window blinds during the day and then when they are closed at night, the table lamp is on. I hope I've given enough info for someone to possibly help me. Thanks~
Red Gain 30
Green Gain 40
Blue Gain 70
Red Offset 30
Green Offset 40
Blue Offset 45