Originally Posted by AustinJerry
It will be interesting the see what you measure. On my set, Warm2 measures almost exactly 6500K, which is the target value for a properly-calibrated set. Warm1 is closer to 9000, which emphasizes Blue, perhaps why you think the blue colors are so pleasing. What will also be interesting is what color temp you decide to stick with after you find out which is more accurate.
I got the I1-DP3 a couple of days ago and have been playing with it and figuring out the software.
Curiously, just by eyeballing next to my calibrated Macbook, I had dialed in about 6700k, starting in warm1 and reducing blue over all. It seemed to track grey better from dark to light than eyeballing from warm2.
By measuring with the I1-DP3, my warm2 is ~6200k with a lot of delta-E.
Jerry - do you have a spectrophotometer?
I'm getting the impression that due to the quantum dot back lighting, one really needs to characterize with the spectrophotometer and make a custom matrix for the I1-DP3.
Spectrally, it is probably not at all close to the pre-provided white LED profiles, given the nature of the X900A's back lighting system.
My gripe right now is in the greens. 100% saturated green is right, but the 25-75% are pulled towards red and kind of yellow (CIE graph). This is the nature of what I'm not happy with in the mid tones and flesh tones. They are pushing into the orange and yellow.
I reset everything to factory and measured from there. I will say Sony's choices are eyeball scorching skank. Even their Cinema 2 settings have "live color" blasting away at high and make everything look awful.