Originally Posted by seatownfunk
nice to see people still lovin this tv, mine still working great and still beat most sets i seen (if not all) at best buy the other day.
Was back at my daughters for Christmas dinner, so went down to checkout how the 55LH90 was looking. The Yellow was bothersome. It also took at least an hour before the PQ was looking more watchable. (Sorry, spoiled by my 55LHX now with the Darbee and Radiance XE with the 125 Point 3D LUT AutoCal!)
Kept thinking I'll have to have another go at it sometime.
Tried re- calibrating the wife's 42LH90 tonight but same Yellowish Overtone - it appears the Meter settings for my 55LHX, just aren't going to work on the LH90 sets. Wife told me to leave it alone and work on it when she's away next weekend! If I can get hers figured out, then I can re-do my daughters.
(Forgot to transfer the HDMI calibrated settings over to the other HDMI Inputs - did this this morning, but my wife's complaints about Orange People, still has to be looked into.)
Blu-ray looks great - may have to replace the 30' HDMI cable from the Dishnet Receiver in the other room.:
Dec 26, 2012
Wife's 42LH90 Calibrations using Calman 5, C6 on TriPod, profiled off NonEn i1Pro
Now using iScan Duo for Patterns instead of the Spectracals DPG1000 Pattern Generator
As per request:
Gamma Medium, White Balance Warm Luminance 156
Service Menu White Balance: Cool/Medium/Warm
A much more fine tuned Brightness and Contrast were done through Calman 5
2 Point Calibration:
Red Contrast (100 IRE): 2
Green Contrast (100 IRE): 1
Blue Contrast (100 IRE): 21
Red Brightness (30 IRE): 6
Green Brightness (30 IRE): 0
Blue Brightness (30 IRE): 21
10 Point Calibration:
90 : -2/-1/22
80 : 0/-4/18
70 : 0/-4/17
60 : 0/-3/16
50 : 2/-3/14
40 : 3/-4/15
30 : 4/1/10
20 : 8/3/11
10 : 6/5/6
Notes: Service Menu Values changed due to Spectracal C6 now profiled off NonEn i1Pro
Calman 5 is definitely a more precise calibration program. First time SMWB RGB cuts could be calibrated.
Currently trying out a new calibration method on my LG 55LHX. Service Menu White Balances Cool, Medium and Warm are being calibrated all to Warm settings. It appears a flatter Grayscale is the result, and a more stabilized set. If this is indeed the result, will try on the XXLH90s.
Jan 29, 2013
The New Calman Beta 1092 is doing a unbelievable job on the 55LHX - can't wait to apply to the 90 later in February while wife is away.Edited by p5browne - 1/28/13 at 9:33am