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post #61 of 62 Old 04-18-2014, 06:29 PM
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Hi johnfull


I set my  LC-70LE845U to standard and set everything exactly like you show.  Every time I turn on 10 point it wont let me adjust color temp. to low?  it blacks it out.

Also when I turn on 10 point, it does not show 10 points to adjust?  shows  position, R gain, G gain, B gain that's it.   


when I set 10 point off, it lets me set color temp. to low , position is blacked out, R,B and G gain (low) and R,B and G (hi) show up.


My tv is set on dot by dot to if that helps


I am a noob so any info will be appreciated :) 

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Adjust to 'low' before you turn on the 10-point setting.
The 10 points are the top slider of 10 positions.
The lefthand one is the darkest and it works to the brightest at the right.
You go into each of those and set the RGBs and then move it to the next position, etc.
Also, since my settings, I have now set my backlight to +4 and I have changed the blue settings in the CMS.
For the blue CMS: Tint all the way to green, Saturation to minimum, and Value to maximum.
This gives a much truer representation of blues, where they were all oversaturated and dark, they are now
spread over the spectrum from indigo to cyan and not glowing and fitting in with the other colors' representation.
It sounds extreme, but the controls are subtle in their application to the blue. Good luck!
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