Dynamic Contrast: Off
Black Tone: Off
Flesh Tone: 0
Colour Space: Native
Motion Lighting: Off
Colour Tone: Warm2
Digital Noise Filter: Off
MPEG Noise Filter: Off
Quote:Originally Posted by docker2 New firmware out since Jan 29 '13 for UE32EH5000: 1023. I'm currently on 1021. Anyone applied it yet? Any changes noticed?
Further to this earlier post of mine: turns out that, despite being...
Quote:Originally Posted by Luvrbcs I need to connect a Sennheiser RS 120 RF headphone to my UN32EH5000. Before, it was hooked up to a Panny through Audio Out (RCA). I don't see an RCA Audio Out here, so does that mean I need to...
Thanks for the feedback and the link. I've now been able to confirm, thanks to information on the linked page:Quote:What is important to understand up-front is that all displays show black as 'black' and white as 'white. This means that...
nodixe: the whole thing really is a bit of a minefield. Let's say your PC is connected to an HDTV using an HDMI port on the PC:
1) Apparently some HDMI drivers are incorrectly set-up to send full-range RGB instead of limited-range...
So, I've just come across the charming information that calibrating an HDTV to REC.709 using a PC is fraught with dangers, viz:
1) HDMI drivers don't always send the limited RGB range despite it being mandated
2) Video playback...
Darn, that prompts even more questions:
1) How can I determine whether or not my HDMI data is being output correctly?
2) I calibrated my HDTV's greyscale using 10-step IRE patterns from my MacBook Pro running Windows 7, outputting over...
That answers a lot of questions for me, thanks Sneals2000.
So, if I'm watching an iTunes-purchased HD movie, or a DVD, from my Mac sent over HDMI to my HDTV, I should have the HDTV calibrated to a Low Black Level, not Normal?