Originally Posted by sillysally
Chad, after are little friendly debate last week I am a little surprised to see your posting here. After all I guess you didn't think a large or even small LUT was of benefit.
Now you know why I had given you a friendly offer to come to my home court and play. But that offer is off the table now, I would want to make some money off of a "pro ". However for DYI'es its free.
btw, the version of Calman that you have does a very nice job with both a small and large LUT.
I don't really understand what you're driving at. I am interested in the technology; that's why I keep up on the thread, though I've not been a participant in it till now.
Our friendly debate was about if a specific TV needed a LUT calibration to correct a particular performance characteristic, not whether LUTs were of benefit in general.
Personally I would be excited to see what an Elite or even lesser TVs like the Mits DLP RPTVs would look like with a large LUT cal.
I don't know if this caused any confusion, but when I posted that I had done one LUT cal with a Lumagen, I don't remember specifying what display it was on. It was on a JVC projector, and it looked beautiful.
Just curious- why would what I've posted here prompt you to modify your offer?Edited by Chad B - 4/26/13 at 10:44pm