Originally Posted by curlyjive
Have you rechecked brightness and contrast and your HDMI mode? What starting color temp are you using and what picture mode?
All enhancements off, especially Iris?
IF you compromise to bing down the blue error at 10IRE, what do your DE values look like across the range?
I wish they had left the multipoint gamma in place....this would be easier to fix if it was still there.
There is still a multi-point gamma, but instead of 11 points it's a 3-band control (low, mid, high). It's still pretty efficient so worth a try with issues like this.
Look P42 of the user manual.
For each band (picture tone = mid, dark level = low, bright level =high) you can select the color you want to adjust.
White (default) allows you to raise/lower gamma for each band, but you can also select R, G or B and adjust gamma for each color for each band, therefore fine-tune your greyscale in the low-end, middle or high-end of the greyscale as you adjust gamma.
So these not only allow you to fine-tune the greyscale, it's also the only way to adjust gamma when one of the presets doesn't give you the curve you're after.
As I said in the other forum, it's usually recommended to LOWER settings when playing with the offsets, otherwise you can raise your black level and kill your on/off contrast.
So if you don't have enough blue at 10% white, instead of raising blue, lower green and red in the offsets controls if you don't want to use the gamma controls.
These gamma controls are not as good as the 11 points we had in the older models, but they are still much better than simply using the offsets/gains.