I have an Optoma HD7100 (and it works!). But I just got a Toshiba A3 HD DVD player, and the color is too saturated. Unfortunately, the projector grays out the Color and Tint controls when you use the DVI input (stupid!!). But there is a white balance control where I can adjust rgb gain and offset. I realize that to do this right I would need a meter, but I would like to try, just to bring the color intensity down. Factory settings are 0 for each function, so there's no risk of permanently messing up anything.
I've actually improved things a bit, I think. New settings (using 6500 temp):
R gain -7
G gain -6
B gain -5
R offset -3
G offset 5
B offset 8
But I think I could do better if I understood the concept. What normally would be the proportions of these changes for bringing down color intensity/saturation? Again, I realize that this is imprecise, but I don't think the unit was perfectly calibrated anyway. And I have a pretty good eye (and it's only my own eyes that I need to please).
Any guesstimates would be much, much appreciated! (I've checked similar threads, but they just tell the writer to get a calibration. I'd really like some tips on at least trying.)