Originally Posted by Ken Ross
5x10, was this at the shootout?
No sir, it was a calibrator that owns a 8800 that had the same issues with black crush
Ended up getting it sorted via the rbg settings
I can repost the advice in a few
Edit:instead of going nuts and raise brightness to 59 as some seems to do they should raise
RGB lows to around +4 for all instead.
i had to do in on my 880W as well
the RGB lows will not only affect colors near black it is also linked to the blacklevel.
raising RGB lows will give you better details near black also for the grayscale
they shouldnt touch the brightness setting.
but then after you have raised RGB lows your gamma will not be flat at 2.4 anymore.
(there goes the calibrated settings they use from the review)
they should calibrate gamma with the 20 point (not 10 point) measurements AFTER adjusting RGB lows.
it takes over 1 hour to get the gamma right.
to get more stable readings near black on their i1 Display Pro meters.
Do the calibration with OLED light around 50 (not lower)
Contrast should be set as high as possible so that levels up to level 234 are flashing on the white clipping file from avshd709.
that is contrast at 97 on the 880W