Hey guys! Thanks for the awesome calibration disk! I just finished the 100 hour break-in on my new Panasonic plasma, so I felt it was finally safe to calibrate it! I've started the process and I've completed all the steps (except for "color", sadly, I don't have any blue glas... Wait a sec, would the blue lens from one of those old red and blue 3D glasses work?), but I'm not sure about the contrast (in other words, white level right?) setting. I wasn't able to get rid of all the grey bars I was suppose to. I could come close by setting contrast to 100, but that seems a little extreme. Should my contrast really be set to 100?
*EDIT* Nope, the blue from the 3D glasses don't work. On the contrast issue again, I was able to lower it by looking at the white and black stepping pattern. You know how at the left side of the white pattern there's the thicker block that should look like a solid block of white if your settings are correct? Well if course, this looked like a solid block of white at 100, but I found I was able to knock contrast down to 89 before it started showing up as two blocks. Not as high as 100, but still kinda high isn't it?