Just wondering about this. Seems that the SpyderTV Pro software asks you to disable Auto Iris in calibration, but when I do so with the Ruby, it tells me that I should be using the High setting for Color Temp (warmed up the Ruby for 30+ minutes along with the Oppo player).
Has anyone found this to be close to ideal for this projector? I've not ventured into any of the service menus, so all I'm setting with the colorimeter from Datacolor via the software are the usual suspects (contrast, brightness, color, and tint).
I'm guessing my particular unit may really need a middleground between the High and Middle pre-sets but am unsure if I should venture into the service manual and menus to try and do so. And once there what means do I have at my disposal to properly measure and fix the levels (I've got the Avia disc).
I've seen various recommendations, both for and against using Auto Iris on when doing the SpyderTV calibration. I suspect much has to do with the software and its operation with the colorimeter.
I've also disabled the Gains/Bias inputs for the software since these are not readily apparent to me from the Ruby user menus. Am I missing something there as well?
All of this, of course, is predicated on the accuracy of the colorimeter
All thoughts are appreciated.