All right, now I have to post something or you're going to think I'm brooding in a corner
Thanks for the support.
Seegs, please try to read Poynton's article. There is no calibration to xvYCC. It's not a fixed gamut. It's a gamut relative to rec-709, and how much information outside of rec-709 is shown depends on the capabilities of the display. Even if the gamut switches to x.v.color, there can be little or no difference if the display cannot display a wider gamut than rec-709. This is the case, for example, on the 500Es which does switch to x.v.color when a Min4K bluray is played from a compatible source, but which is unable to display a significantly wider gamut than rec-709.
The new JVCs support x.v.color in a way that they didn't use to formerly, as it's listed as one of the new features for the 2014 range.
It might be because until Sony launched the Min4K range of blurays, x.v.color was only used with AVCHD, as it's not part of the bluray specs.
So some hardware (older bluray players, older displays) might list x.v.color support, but that doesn't mean they can detect the gamut metadata in the Min4K blurays and switch to x.v.color when playing those blurays. It only means they can display x.v.color in AVCHD content (for example footage from consumer camcorder compatible with x.v.color).
The display has to confirm x.v.color support for the source to send x.v.color expanded gamut info. If the display doesn't confirm, the extended gamut information isn't sent and the content is displayed using rec-709.Edited by Manni01 - 1/18/14 at 11:25am