Originally Posted by p5browne
Seiki going back!
@ - Two ways of getting the initial calibration started.
First bring Green to the 100 line, then work with Red and Blue until all on the 100 line.
Second Option, leave Green alone, and only work with the Red and Blue until all are on the 100 line.
I use the second method on the LHX since in the SM WBs, Green is set at 192, and only Red and Blue are adjusted. When back into the regular menu, Green is at 0 on the 2 Point, and if using, also at 0 on the 10 Point. Then Red and Blue are adjusted.
On the Seiki, tried the first method, but after the resulting Florescent Greens and Bright Reds, decided to try method #2. Here the Advanced Menu RGB Gains/Offsets start midpoint 128/512, and Green isn't moved from the 128/512. Just the Red and Blue are adjusted.
This resulted in the less Florescent Greens, more subdued Reds and Blues that are closer to what they should be. This made the general viewing more tolerable. After the iScan Duo AutoCaled Greyscal and CMS - beautiful looking - just no 4K.
Final Settings: Contrast: 49, Brightness: 46, Colour: 37, Backlight: 55, Sharpness: 0, Warm
Advanced Menu Settings:
Red Gains: 136, Green Gains: 128, Blue Gains: 106
Red Offsets: 500, Green Offsets: 512, Blue Offsets: 515