Originally Posted by stevec325
Peter's (SillySally) settings are very nice and will serve you quite well, until you calibrate yourself.
Steve - Thanks!Here's one link
to a non-ISF setting, back from page 2 on this thread. I'll try these, along with some from Peter/SS, such as:This one
(non-ISF, I beleive?), andthis other one
What would happen if I input SS's ISF Night values into my Pure mode? Would it produce something similar, or are the ISF adjustments twice that of the non-ISF adjustments? (ie, 120-steps between min/max values as opposed to 60-steps - do I have that right?)QUESTION #2:
Can I assume that the 141 will produce the same PQ between inputs if I use the same Pure settings across all
four HDMI inputs?
Well, using DVE would at least be a small baby step in the right direction...
Don't use DVE for color. Search for a post by D-Nice explaining why not.
OK, so use the 141's "Blue Mode" and keep the DVE filter in the keepcase. If you find the link to D-Nice's post, I'd appreciate a PM to it. I believe your statement, it's just the engineer in me that wants to know "why?"! The more I learn, the better I understand!
You'll be able to do a very nice calibration with that package. Get the i1PRO, though
I'd say go for it!!!!! It will be MUCH better than no calibration and better than just copying settings. This is my plan when I get to 600+ hours.
If I could drop the $$ for the i1PRO and not miss it, you bet I would! But it's been an expensive few months lately, with the Hitachi-to-Pioneer 141 upgrade last month, and a "multi-141 valued" ring for the "GF-to-fiancee upgrade" months before that!
So I'll likely get the Display 2 for now. I can always sell later and upgrade to the iPRO...