Originally Posted by Vic12345
Hi Larry I have done that by keep removing any trace of color I see on a blAck and white show( on turner classic movies), and in the end the picture looks dull with no pop.
Does it make a difference lowering the color control to zero, as I've done it with color control at 50?
**i meant in(warm2) it is to red.
I don't know what you are doing that causes a reduction in "pop' -- whatever that is. However, if you reduce the green offsets and gains by a large amount, the overall contrast will be reduced. The offsets and gains essentially behave as the contrast control for each color and the green contains the largest proportion of the overall color.
The reason that I recommend setting the color at zero is that some stations do not turn off the color when broadcasting a B/W picture. TCM is the most flagrant violator and their black/white movies will show a tint -- ususlly a pinkish tint -- if the color control is not at zero.
Warm2 contains more red than Warm1.
One other factor may be causing you problems: If you have the contrast set too high -- above about 93 -- that may be causing the pinking. This is a common problem with some Samsung models.
Frankly, because you really do not know what you are doing, I suggest that you set everything back to factory defaults and use only the Standard color temperature.