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Basically a calibration is consisted of grayscale set up and color decoder tweak is additional but FPJ1 dosen't allow for that. Grayscale is actually RGB level calibration to bring the color temp to D65 standard. They use color analyser/light meter for it.
For color decoder which dosen't really apply to our projector there is saturation, brightness and hue of each color (primeries) that will get calibrated by color analizer to confirm with standards.
With calibrating disk such as DVE all you can do is a very basic black level, contrast level and stauration/hue of overal color adjustments which is different from what an ISF would do. Even after DVE basic adjustments you will need to calibrate grayscale which is the most important part of a PJ set up as well as primery color calibration where it applies and possible.
You can chose one of the color temp pre-sets but it is not really accurate.
It is all about quality. That is the picture.
JVC DLA-RS20, NEC XG-1352LC 8" CRT, 106" wide StudioTek 130 screen