I had my W1070 ISF calibrated last night, but the calibrator was a bit unclear on how BenQ had setup the options, he was familiar with prior Samsung DLP/CCA menus, though. Can anyone confirm we used the proper method to calibrate the W1070 using the ISF CCA settings?
What we ended up doing was altering the brightness, white balance, left brilliant color enabled, and changing just the CCA desired color settings, leaving the measured and BC1/BC2 settings alone. What do the BC1 & BC2 settings do? While I haven't received the PDF report yet, I seem to recall red and blue having the highest color error, maybe 3-5% because the luminance was already maxed out but it needed more; the remainder of the colors were between 1-3% off.
Yamaha RX-V2600, Fisher MT-9090, Mitsubishi HS-U80, Pioneer DVL-90, Sony BDP-S550, Nakamichi Dragon, Sony CDP-X555ES, Carver AV-634, Carver TFM-42, Panasonic TC-P54V10, BenQ W1070, Polk SDA-1C mains, Polk CS400i center, Polk Fxi A4 surrounds, Polk RT1A1 surround back, Polk RM1000W sub.