Originally Posted by NLPsajeeth
Was that the gamut when the TV’s [Live Color] setting is set to “High”?
What colorimeter did you use?
Would you mind providing the xy primary numbers for red, green and blue?
I have been itching to see what the gamut is like for Quantum Dot TVs and add it to my list of the widest gamut TVs ever made:
Live color at High
colormeter: xrite i1 Display Pro 3 and Chroma Pure
sure i will do another test
you can say that the W9 has Adobe RGB greens with Rec2020 reds/cyans and magentas.
it has the biggest gamut i have seen so far from any screen.
to bad that all blu rays is made for SRGB colors
but even that most of the blu rays looks great as hell with live color set to low/Medium.
only a few ones looks oversaturated.
the sort of movies that realy pops now is the animated ones
when you use Live color at High on those the colors almost makes an 3d effect.
also DSLR Photos looks amazing.
there is a setting to set HDMI ports when watching photos to the ADOBE RGB colorspace.
the W9s display behaves alot like the OLED screen on Samsung Galaxy S4.
i have done comparsions from images and its like copy the S4 screen to 55inch.
even the microcontrast and blacklevel is on pair.
this is the first tv that i use the Adv Contrast Enhancer.
its works so well that you can use it without problems.
it really adds contrast to the picture without destroying it.
on paper the Contrast Enhancer destroys the Gamma curve for the whites
but once again its nothing you will notice.
Sony knows their stuff with picture processing.
posting one picture
Live Color set at "Medium"
(colormeter in the middle)Edited by pg_ice - 9/7/13 at 11:00am