Originally Posted by Robinson ------
Could it be calibrated with those off & they didnt even tell the owner or the calibrator said ok to share everything but the 10pt. I thought the owner was ok with sharing.
It is the best settings I ve seen with the warm2, for whatever reason it seems to make the overall PQ better to our eyes.
could it be? sure, was it most likely not...As far as setitngs they probably gave the OK to share the report, which dosent (as you have seen) include the 10pt numbers. The basic settins are probably the ones they were ok with sharing, but many calibrators dont want all the settigns shared as it takes many many hours to get to that point and let be honest, this is a living for them not a hoby on the side....
Well it looks best to "your" eyes
everyone is going to be different, sometimes you jsut need to stick with settings for a week to get adjusted to them. For teh Warm setting it WILL take some getting used to as msot TVs people have are set "too blue\cool"....Youll notice that it is "more yellow\red" when in actuality its closer to reference....After while you become accustom to that and when you go see the sets in the store or set your set to something that is on the cooler side, youll actually see the blue push more than ever......
Find some settings you like, stick with them for a week, give it time to settle in and for you to get used to them....You are not allowing yourself to become acclimated to anything if you keep tinkering with the settings
Originally Posted by ljmart
thats the stuff one pays the big bucks for !
^^^ This have to conisder ourselves very lucky if we get the full report WITH 10pt numbers......Every set is different though so in reality one should really have their personal set calibrated by a profeessional with experience and good equipment to attain the best results and ahve the TV perform at its peak performance.....
I know some of the calibrators that are watching this thread are cringing everytime they see someone say "calibrate" when all that they are doing is adjusting picture settings