Yes, because it adds a white outline to everything. Turning it off, you will notice it gets "blurry", but after a while, you get used to it.
I am a photographer so I use a x-rite I1 calibration device. I didn't realize I could use that for TV calibration. From what I have read I need the calman software and a pattern source right?
Is there somewhere I can download pattern photos that I can just display using my ps3?
Okay thanks, so a couple more questions :-)
I got to the service menu to change the horizontal and vertical positions. So then what are the settings for in the adv picture menu? Its not a big deal, I just don't get why they don't do anything.
I thought my eye-one was broke at first when the natural setting showed over 100 ftl!! My current calibration is set at 41-42 ftl. It looks good at night but I think I will up it to just over 50 for my daytime viewing. Wdoes that mess with my grey or color calibrations or can I just move contrast up and down depending on my viewing conditions?
Also, I am having a bit of trouble with calibrating my primary and secondaries, particularly the green. I cant seem to get the green point anywhere near the reference point in the chart. Is there a trick to this? Maybe adjust the main color and tint for the green and adjust the other colors as necessary?