Hi, I'm the guy who wrote those Korean reviews.
I'll specify things not clear in English about my settings.
The settings '1080/24p' were the final calbration.
I ISFed A650 with Accupell HDG4000 and HDG3000 signal generators and checked the final results with Digital Video Essential HD-DVD(Thoshiba A-35), and Bluray(Samsung BD-P1200, BD-P1400, PS3).
Measuring instruments were Photo Research PR650 and Monolta LS100 with ColorFacts 7 software.
You may opt for gamma 0 under brighter ambience light, or gamma -1 for darker vewing condition.
One thing to remember is, CMS and Gray scale settings vary set to set, panel to panel.
Quality diffendences are quite huge more than you'll ever imagine.
Even same TV models use different panel from everywhere, say Korean panels, Taiwanese imports, or from China, etc.
Sometimes from Japanese panel makers like Sharp.
Thant's why calibrators insist every set has to be calibrated individually.(in Korea no ISFing anyway. and I just ingratiated Korean readers with opening the settings)
So A650's default Movie mode is pretty good in watching Blurays and DVDs.
But watching Korean breadcasts are different story.
Originally Posted by Leftoverchinese
Are you certain this isn't supposed to be 50? Seems like a massive adjustment there. I tried the settings and they look alright. I'll have to run them through some little tests later to see what I think of them. I don't really have the time right now. It looks like it has a bit of a green push to it.
Soap operas in Korean broadcasting, for example, too much red push in flesh tone.
Even though Korean broadcasting companies abide by D65, producers of outside soap opera providers doesn't.
Sometimes they follow Japanese 9300K rules and resulted too much red to compensate high color temperature.
That's why I adjusted tint and flesh tone oppsite way.
And Leftoverchinese, you've read right.
That's 5, not 50. If you see the CIE diagrams in my review, I had to move a lot due to adjustment varied in small step.
Google's translation really sucks, by the way