Originally Posted by D-Nice
I really hope this was not directed towards me. If it was, let me be very clear...
I am not going, nor do I care, to teach anyone how to calibrate a display. However, I have, and will, be more than happy to provide basic tips and advice on how to calibrate your display. It is up to you to take the time and learn how to calibrate your display. If you really need hands on help, you may want to look into taking the THX Video Calibration training course.... if you have $1900 laying around
Originally Posted by p59teitel
Just as no layperson who strolls into my law offices should expect me to provide free advice on how to draft a civil complaint that complies with all court requirements and protects all of their rights, neither should calibrators be expected to provide gratis
expert training in their profession. Just be grateful for the help you are receiving, and if you want to learn more, obtain the appropriate education.
Not trying to be harsh here, but you can't expect to obtain highly technical training in a professional field for free.
I'm sorry guys that I got a little frustrated the other day. I understand this is valuable professional knowledge.
I guess my concern was more about if my 500M might be defective in some way because of the difficulty I (and my professional calibrator) have had thus far in getting the RGB tracking flat at 10% and getting a ruler-flat Gamma.
But it seems that there really aren't that many unique issues with the Kuros other than to keep the CMS controls within 2 clicks of 0 and to keep the RGB 9-Point Gamma controls the same for a given level point.
The rest is on me to follow the workflow precisely, keeping accurate notes and repeating the steps until things fall in.
I originally thought this would be a lot easier!
I do appreciate everyone's help and without you especially D-Nice, I probably wouldn't have bought a Kuro in the first place.
And I wouldn't trade it for anything else in the world at this point.