I'm not mad at anyone here at AVS or the people who write the user guides for the manufacturers. I am very frustrated with conflicting and opposing discriptions for certain terminologies. Samsung says that Auto matches the color source. You guys say that Auto uses processing to make the picture look normal. Samsung says that Native uses a color space wider than the source. You guys say that Native does not apply processing. On Pioneer's 2011 and 2012 Blu-ray players, while everything was labeled correctly on the players themselves, the manuals got RGB and Full RGB backwards! They said that if blacks rise above the serfice/surface(sp?), use RGB. If colors are showing as uniform black, use Full RGB. It should be if blacks rise above the serfice/surface(sp?), use Full RGB. If colors are showing as uniform black, use RGB. Now ... What's the deal with the Auto and Native Color Space modes on Samsung TVs?
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1/20/14 at 6:25am