Originally Posted by Timoxx4
On the projector make sure the HDMI setting for input is set to Enhanced. You will find that setting just above the color space setting. I get the full 0-255 grayscale on mine but my green and red channels are clipping still. Not the blue or white ones though. Its the oversaturation of red and green that's inherent in these projectors that's doing that i believe.
For any of you going trough a receiver for switching here is an answer I got from the NAD T765 forum, it might apply or not to your situation but it is still interesting..
"To answer your quote here is a quote from a representative at NAD. I will say that the representative is quite knowledgeable and I have absolute faith that he/she knows what he/she is talking about.
"It clearly states that for all video formats the video range MUST be restricted to bits 16 - 235 for 8 bit video. The range of 0 - 250 is only allowed for VGA computer video which we do not support (no connector for VGA).
The so called 'blacker than black' Pluge signal uses the bits below 16. We do not 'clip' them, we ignore them.
Using HDMI in and HDMI out, without any VXP adjustments, there will be no lost information or distortion or artifacts. You get out exactly what is put in. It is pixel for pixel transfer.
For calibrating the display, when available a signal generator is preferred- this is what we use to calibrate the VM200. It is far more accurate than a disc in player that can easily be out of spec.
To use the Blu-ray player to calibrate your plasma, the player should be connected directly to the display for the most accurate results."