Originally Posted by chexi1
No CMS in the world can fix under saturated colors. They can only reign in over statured colors and move things around a bit inside the palate the display give them. That said, I have never heard of a display with under saturated colors before, or at least certainly not to the extent you describe. Is this repeatable? I wonder if your meter is faulty.
When I say the colors are under saturated a bit green was by far the worst. When I do this again, I will post some results. The CIE chart is actually still up on the laptop screen but it wont let me save my work. I unplugged the meter when I was done and maybe that is what is causing my save problem. I should of saved before I unhooked everything, including the serial control cable to the Duo..
Anyway, green is by far the worst. Blue was very close. I think it was almost touching the box it should be in on the CIE Chart. Red was almost the same as blue. It was almost touching its box on the CIE chart. Cyan was off because green is so far off to the right. If you draw a line between green and blue it does interconnect with Cyan.
I don't really think it is a meter problem.
I have a brand new 47" Vizio I just calibrated the grey scale on, and it looks incredible! I did not measure the primaries on that because I have no CMS on that TV to be able to adjust any. I can do a run with the meter on that TV to make sure it isn't the meter. Although I am only a home calibrator, I have been doing it enough I think I could tell if I had a meter problem. maybe not
ha ha. I have not gotten into CMS calibration until now so this is a new world. I'm diggin it though! Thanks for your comments and help guys.