i use this bundle
if you get chroma pure and also activate the ISF profiles i can help.
you will have a picture that is out of this world when you are done.
I followed this guide with pretty good results and played around with SM settings for several weeks, and always felt picture could still be bettered. (LX5090H - 4k hours)
I found out I had magenta misfires on MKSS23 white mask, and the main 3 things that helped get them away at this time were :
- raise VOL SUS (could not remove them completely)
- raise YKNOFSAD
- raise YKNOFS4D
Raise YKNOFSAD had blacks getting worse, raise YKNOFS4D alone was better, but got sometimes green misfires near black.
For me the YKNOFS settings were in a good place at their defaults values, but I wanted to get rid of these magenta misfires.
What I tried (and I'm very happy I did) was to follow perfectly the procedure described in the service manual after the panel replacement.
Did this part :
[PAV S00] : To set panel drive mode to Factory
[VFQ S03] : To set Drive Sequence to Video 60-Hz
[SQM S01] : To set Drive Sequence to Video
[WBI S01] : To temporarily reset the Panel WB adjustment value to default (WBI S00 cancels this setting.)
[PGR S00] : To set the gamma R value to that for Factory mode
[PGG S00] : To set the gamma G value to that for Factory mode
[PGB S00] : To set the gamma B value to that for Factory mode
[DIZ S03] : Dither ON, L dither ON, noise OFF.
[$1800000001] : LUT mode ON
Did the whole flowchart even recovery ones, and what I discovered, is that the values that got me no misfires at all anywhere, were the stock values (except VOLSUS at 140+). Even the MKSS23 mask that gave me these magenta misfires at stock values, they were gone completely !!
Don't know what did this, I did several resets before, and the picture was nowhere like it is now, just stunning.
Maybe the commands listed above did something (especially factory mode ones ?).
I didn't even try the ISF settings since, using d-nice's movie settings for the 111FD and very happy with it.