Originally Posted by Philips TV
pikoo, To point 3, we need some more information. Nothing was altered in SW that should affect this. Is it possible the ambient lighting conditions in your room changed (sunlight/lamp/new light bulb..) Ambient room lighting does have an affect on any TVs performance. If this is not the case, I need to get as much info about the condition as possible.
Thanks for your help. We really appreciate your and daveinga's help.
Let me try. Connect your PC using DVI-HDMI cable. Display the 'gmail' browser window (if you use gmail) in the TV and look for the colors of the "read" messages in the main gmail screen. I see a difference between the the color in the computer and the color in the TV.
The room lighting didn't change for my case. I think I am comparing with my previous Sharp 46D92U color reproduction. I am not getting similar natural color on "grass", "leaf", "skintone", black details. Something is "not" right! The color looks like got washed. Is it because of the "low" contrast ratio? Or, is it because color-gamut percentage is "low" in this TV, compared to Sharp/Sony/Samsung?
By the way, what is the native contrast ratio on this TV? And, how many back-lights philips use?