Originally Posted by Make73
Yes, and that part is what I´m interested
It would be nice to see some more results what is difference between how different observers see this and what kind of variance there really is.
If coordinates like Yours could be "correct" for most of us, then maby LG could release firmware which fixes white point of Technicolor to more correct one. Sure there is variance with different units.
I think too many people are getting hung up on this with trying different white points on a weekly, sometimes daily basis. It doesn't give your brain time to adjust to the subtle differences to be seen by using a different canvas that an alternate white point provides.
I personally never doubted
and his findings, but because at the time I didn't have a "reference" Spectro (just an i1Pro2), and because I was fortunate to be in a position to pick up a Pioneer Plasma, I wanted to see what happens when I repeated the experiment with consumer meters. It's true that using that meter I ended up with "similar" results to D-Nice but as you know from the other thread, when I finally picked up my new "reference" Spectro those weren't true results after all (the i1Pro2 does not read white the same as a reference Spectro), and repeating the experiment with reference gear left me with pretty much identical
results to the man himself.
Miki took a different approach by using a third display to match to the Kuro and then match the OLED to that and he also ended up with very, very similar results. I used his method to confirm that it 100% does work and is repeatable.
Two enthusiasts, on opposite sides of Europe and using two different generation models of Pioneer Plasma matching to two different generation models of LG OLED (C8/C9), and a professional using a third different generation model on Pioneer Plasma who has matched to multiple generations of LG OLED. They all end up with pretty much the same coordinates when perceptually matching and using a 5nm Spectro.
While it is true that metamerism can vary by observer, unless someone is willing to go out and get the equipment to do the experiment themselves then they are limited to using the alternate white coordinates kindly provided by the professionals here, and if those have been verified independently by others then there really shouldn't be any need to question it further. Just my non professional opinion, of course.