Originally Posted by Mr. Mojo
The Samsung colors looked so washed out, it's hard to believe that it was set up properly.
every tv now looks washed out compared to the W9.
only the OLED tvs is close.
in the video its probably oversaturated SRGB colors and those are not correct.
it looks good but it isnt right.
(for those of you that own a Samsung Galaxy S4 you know what i mean.)
punchy deep colors but still oversaturated.
i have tested the livecolor some time now and it all depends on what you are watching and much you can "oversaturate" with the bigger gamut.
thats what you do today when all content is made for SRGB.
you oversaturate the colors.
some HD material seems to have more "room" for oversaturating than others.
material thats already on its limit with the SRGB colors looks worse.
probably because they are already oversaturating the colors from the source material?
i have not find a solution why some material looks **** when using Live Color and some looks fantastic.
dont know if its in the quality or details?
movies with alot of Grain(ex: Olympus Has Fallen) seems to look worse when using live color.
the faces looks like they have been sunbaked for days in a row in the sun
3rd degree of burns
clean movies like The Avengeres looks way better and are almost screaming for more colors.
its a big difference.
the only stuff that takes most benefit from the wider gamut is when you are viewing DSLR photos that has adobe rgb color presentation.
those photos looks amazing with colors you have never seen.
its time to replace SRGB! Edited by pg_ice - 9/11/13 at 8:04am