"Anyway Red and Blue fell 10% short of D65k evenly across each shades of gray. Green was .05% high over D65k all across the shades of gray."
This was my particular TV, green being high and R/B being low would show you there's a slight green bias to the grays. Which is why the recent talk about my blacks look a little greenish was said.
I failed to mention something important. Since the service RGB-drives are uniform (only 1 alteration is memorized) I used the Accupel to tune up for HDTV (HDMI/720p) my preference. Important HDTV brightness setting is -12 and contrast/Picture is at +30, color -03, tint -04, Detail -15 and Theater mode was used.
But the underlying set balance should hold over pretty good for DVD. Since I use component cables for DVD with an analog Faroudja player (Phillips Q50). I would just use the Avia disc to set the proper black and white levels. You could tune color and tint also. The JVC user area does remember seperate tunings per signal input.
What I got for 480p/DVD over component is -
Color temp low
It's all subjective really. Things will change when I install the new bulb. I'll order a bulb and start over. Remember right now my black level is at 21 ft-lamberts. That's 1/3 of the best new 1080p's black level with it's Iris tuned down for best CR.
The JVC gets better with age.