Just for kicks, I ran a check of Stir Fry's settings and found that the white balance settings were consistently okay for the standard mode, normal tone settings, with sharpness a little high and brightness just slightly off.
Apparently, Stir Fry, it appears that you have a calibration disc because your brightness level was just about perfect. Raising contrast to 100 appears to be introducing some red tint into the picture. Nonetheless the picture appears to be a very bright but good picture, if that is your preference.
For your convenience, I have attached the graphs for the measurements I took off of your settings below:
Average Gamma: 1.34
static contrast ratio: 1282:1
Peak White: 63.2 ftL
Standard color mode
Color Tone: normal
Cell Light: 10
Brightness: 49 [may want to adjust to 48]
Black tone: Darker
Dynamic Contrast: Low
Color Space: Native
White Balance: all @ 25 but open to suggestions
Flesh Tone: -2
Edge Enhancement: On
If you look at the CIE chart, your red, green, and blue look pretty consistent for standard mode, normal tone setting. I wouldn't change your white balance settings. My only suggestion would be to use the ganging method and equally decrease the red, blue and green gains to increase the gamma level from 50% to 100% gray, if anything, to try to level out the gamma level. You may need the hcfr software (free) and a colorimeter.
Hope this helps.
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