I love my 70" 3D Quattron.
I knew I would eventually and now I really do.
The color out of the box was too blue, too contrasty, clipped reds and magentas.
Rather than working from Movie mode and boosting to an acceptable level, I
started with the Standard mode, which is the default out of the box anyway.
10-point temperature was needed to turn down the blue in the highlights and CMS was
needed to eliminate the red and magenta and yellow clipping. That's pretty much
it. Green drive was boosted across the 10-point spectrum to add brightness and
to balance the black and white to a warmer value. Red was reduced at the very
bottom of the low light to make shadows clean instead of maroon-toned.
Here's the complete adjustment tabulation. I don't know if it helps anyone else,
but I call it a keeper. I've watched lots of broadcast and several 3D movies with
these settings and am happy with every aspect:
AV Mode = Standard
OPC = On
Backlight = Standard (0, or 50%)
Contrast = +40
Brightness = +1
Color = 0
Tint = 0
Sharpness = +10 (max)
CMS Hue = All 0
R = -16, Y = -5, G = 0
C = 0, B = 0, M = -5
R = -14, Y = -5, G = 0
C = 0, B = 0, M = -8
Color Temperature 10-Point = ON:
1) R = -30, G = +30, B = 30
2) R = -23, G = -30, B = -10
3) R = -14, G = +11, B = -10
4) R = -13, G = +11, B = -10
5) R = -9, G = +15, B = -10
6) R = -5, G = +15, B = -12
7) R = -5, G = +10, B = -14
8) R = +6, G = +18, B = -13
9) R = -4, G = +10, B = -23
10) R = -16, G = 0, B = -30
Motion Enhancement = OFF
Active Contrast = OFF
Gamma Adjustment = +2
Film Mode = OFF
DNR = OFF
Max = +8
Min = 0
Excellent all-round picture with snap and pop and chromatic accuracy.
Movie Mode requires Enhanced Color Gamut to get acceptable brightness.
The Expanded Gamut, though, adds artifacts that cannot be corrected.
Standard mode avoids the inaccuracies of the gamut boost and loses the
red, magenta, and yellow clipping as well as the white clipping in the blue band.
This is not to usurp the professional calibrators -- these are all consumer controls.
It's the simplest set of changes I could find to get the set performing properly.
A professional could try the settings and give an assessment from there...