Originally posted by 7Music7
The advanced menus for Grey scale do not seem to affect the DVI input in any way. They do have a benefit when using the multi-pin monitor/component input. I have just started to play with the figures so these are only starters, I will play some more this weekend.
The TV3 started out at around 11,500, WAY to blue.
Wow... that's strange. I'm really surprised that the DVI input can't be calibrated since that's the only input I use any more now that I have switched to practically 100% HTPC for everything on my PJ.Question for those who have entered the service menu:
Can you calibrate the RGB settings differently for each input?
I now have DVD (nvDVD codec), WM9 (T2 Extreme and some BMWFilms short clips is about the extent of my WM9-HD content), and HDTV (very weak signal--only get NBC, WB, and FOX consistently--hoping for a better tuner card to come along soon) all going through the DVI output on my GeForce FX5200.
I did notice that in a grayscale calibration video in WM9HD that I watched, I did see a little blue in the most white bar. It would be nice to fix that and I'm surprised that the RGB calibrations don't affect DVI.
I have to say, I am pretty pleased with most content, although color is really my biggest problem now that I have switched from component to DVI. It seems that different codecs and different content tend to have different color profiles. Since they are all coming from the same input, I can't optimize each one individually at the PJ.