Originally Posted by Justin Sullins
For some reason I left out the "M" in Firmware.
The Geek Squad Tech that came yesterday said a Calibration would probably fix this issue. Anyone with EH6000 get it calibrated through Geek Squad?
I had mine calibrated through Geek Squad as part of the Silver Premier membership (free!). They did a good job overall... I've been playing with the settings since then and for the most part I don't think I could do a better job myself.
Here are the important settings that should help achieve the right color balance:
Picture Mode: Movie (most important! settings behave differently depending on this)
Color Temp: Warm 2
Offset R, G, B: 25, 27, 25
Gain R, G, B: 12, 25, 25
HDMI Black Level: Low (if you can change it... mine disables for Bluray Player)
FYI, those calibrations were done with the following brightness/contrast:
Backlight: 16 (extra bright, I have changed to 11 since)
I'm not totally convinced that this is a pure 6500K white (my colorimeter disagrees) but I haven't spent the time to tweak it on my own. I just got some calibration software working on my laptop yesterday so I'll spend some time this weekend fiddling with it.
Let us know if those settings get rid of the tint you're noticing.