Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
then just stick the with default color temp preset that appears closest to neutral gray/white
what you're are attempting to do will likely make things worse than the default settings on your TVs; how do you know what you're doing right now helps without a reference point?
read post #4 again, Sotti knows what he's talking about
In not looking for a D6500 color temp. Actually my Main goal is to achieve the same white on my monitor pc and my tv. Of course they won't be exact since I'm doing by eye comparison but is much accurate than leaving both on default.
By doing this is If i can get closer to 6500 great. This is why I thought of using a 6500k lamp as reference to tweak my tv and monitor onstead of using the monitor as reference.
Now that you tell me this is no good, then I'll go back to my main idea that is to use the monitor 6500k default as reference and tweak the tv to match the most I can to the tv.
Why I'm not using the tv as reference because we I compared to my old Samsung warm2 setting and to all others warm setting I encounter the tv warm setting was too warm.
On the other hand the medium setting is way to blue. My monitor default 6500 seems to be more accurate to my eyes and same to warm2 setting from my old samsungs.
I hope I could explain my self with this. Sorry for the long post and I know this is not calibration.