Originally Posted by Kelvin1965S
A familar sound to us VideoEQ owners is that of silence in response to questions, so this doesn't surprise me either. At least with the new RGB screen within the gamma section I sorted out my gamma and greyscale in record time last time I did a calibration.
Auto-calibrate with my VideoEQ Pro/ChromaPure would be nice but certainly is not essential. Kevin Anderson may come by next month to do an autocalibration with his CalMAN/i1Pro on my VideoEQ/RS10 and we'll compare that with my manual/ChromaPure efforts. I find doing manual runs easy with CP and, being the obsessive-compulsive that I am, actually enjoy it. My questions around calibration continue to be, and would remain with an autocalibration software, variations created by user (that would be me) error in the measurement process. My i1Pro was recently recertified so I've done all I can to ensure accuracy there short of getting a very expensive spectroradiometer. Autocalibration would appear to take less time, hence reducing the number of dark readings needed for a session, and reduce meter placement issues which concern me a little. OTOH my calibration intersession variability has been reduced lately which is reassuring.
I presume the DUO doesn't do secondary colors, still. I might consider getting one nonetheless if the secondaries would be expected to come in line with primary color correction on my JVC RS10. I believe Tom has reported as much - has that been found to be the case?
Has anyone here gone from a VideoEQ to a DUO with a JVC projector and been particularly pleased with the change?