For a dark room ( no bias light), how much differance is there between 2.36(W905) vs 2.4(ZT65)
Is it noticable?
2) Colour: VERY CONFUSED
To my understanding, everything that is below 3 (delta error ) has perfect Colour accuracy.
Then why does the W905 have a "slightly undersaturated green " even though it is below 3?
ZT goes below 1 but is that not only braging rights? So in theory should there no differances between the w905 and ZT in terms of Colour accuracy?
If we showcase a very bright picture on both Tvs ( no black level comparison), should not both Tvs perform equally the same?
The only advantages the ZT has are to my knowledge:
1) Is there any visible differance between 2.36 and 2.4 flat gamma trakcing in a dark room?
2) When a tv exhibits blow 3 Delta Errors, isn´t colour accuracy perfect? HDTV listed the green Primary chromaticity as slightly undersaturated. ( the eye can not see a differance below 3)
As for the Bright Picture, in theory:
1)Place both Tvs side by side
2) Display a Picture ( no video!) which is bright, like for example a Town at daytime where the sun shines on it.
3) shouldn´t both Tvs look pretty much the same in terms of colours?
Of course better black level will immerse you more. I think you guys misunderstood me there.