Originally Posted by bfdtv
Didn't see this posted, but over on another forum, user bumtious
posted these settings for the European versions
of the 500M and 600M.KRP-600M
Fim Mode OFF (SKY) or Advanced (BLUE RAY HD) OFF (SD DVD)
TXT Opt OFF
Intellegent Mode OFF
DRE OFF (more accurate) or Low if you want more fake contrast
BLACL LEVEL OFF
Enhancer Mode 2
Colour Temp Manual (PUSH FOR ENTER FOR 3 SECONDS)
Red High -5
Green High 0
Blue High -4
Red Low -2
Green Low 0
Blue Low -3
Colour Space 2
Noise Reduction All Off
I haven't tried them yet, as I'm still running the break-in DVD with the appropriate settings.
I am at about 90 hours of break-in slides on my 600M so far and have been mixing in some viewing. I tried bumtious's settings quoted above on my (North American) 600M and, by my judgement using several Blu-Ray's I am familiar with, they skew the grayscale too much toward green and are less accurate than the built-in "Low" temperature. I have reverted back to Low. The built in "Low" seems much more accurate than the default grayscale on Movie mode on the 6020 I returned. I am using the other posted settings (besides the Color Management changes) with Pure mode and they seem very good.
Admittedly these are my impressions as a video enthusiast only and I am not a professional calibrator. I would like to use a meter and calibrate but until I get one I am hoping for some input from others on their settings for these North American 600M's (especially D-Nice who mentioned in another thread he expected to post some in the next few weeks).
Also, is the Blue Only mode on these KRP's useful for calibration of the saturation level?
I look forward to exploring these along with you guys.