Originally Posted by TomHuffman
I wonder if you could use the Gain control to get the xy right and then use the Color Decoding control to raise the Y value back to where it should be while leaving the xy point mostly unchanged.
Well it's a mixed bag, the CMS and the color decoding adjustments both change x,y, and Y values, but in different ways. The Y value is predictable, move the control to the + and it increases. The x, and y values differ, in CMS y changes are more pronounced, in the color decoding, x changes are more pronounced (this is also changed with the phase control). I managed to get dE down to 8.1, at the expense of cyan and yellow increasing to @ 2.8. Anything lower and the green looks washed out. It may be my eyes, as I have had this set for over 2 years, and to this point only calibrated the grayscale.
I did notice the color control will affect all colors, but blue by far the most. Should I try to move the color control higher and correct the levels for all P&S in the CMS? OR would I be spinning my wheels here? How would I determine the best trade-off at this point?