Im using Cnets calibration settings right now which..
"Adjust color temperature to the setting that comes closest to X=0.3127 Y=0.329 (which corresponds somewhat with 6500K) on the CIE chromaticity diagram, as measured on the CS-2000 from window patterns in 5% increments from 100% to 15% on DVE: HD Basics (CH24-41). If the TV has fine color temperature controls that allow adjustment beyond presets such as Warm, Cool, and so forth, those are adjusted as well."
Does this mean that if the Calibration settings indicate that "WARM" must be used - then WARM in this case is closest to the 6500K standard. If I use these settings and set my TV to "Neutral" will NOT be close to 6500k, but way off?
Jeeze this is confusing the more I read the more i'm thrown off..