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Nope, no change. But as I said, it's pretty clear that nothing is changing just from looking at the screen. I wouldn't expect to be able to pick out the effect of small changes by eye, but you should be able to see a difference when going to H: -50, S: -50, B: -50, no?



Just to be clear, I do see the usual small amount of random noise in the continuous measurements as they update, on the order of ~0.0002 in x and y. But the HSB controls don't seem to affect the average value.
Sounds like an issue with the source.
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Sounds like an issue with the source.
Hah! Yes, that's it, thank you!

The controls work fine on another video input (Apple TV). Oddly enough, they even work fine on video ChromeCasted from a cell phone. There's just something about the ChromeCast signal generated by HCFR that disables these adjustments. Very strange, considering that the other adjustments work correctly.
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Hah! Yes, that's it, thank you!

The controls work fine on another video input (Apple TV). Oddly enough, they even work fine on video ChromeCasted from a cell phone. There's just something about the ChromeCast signal generated by HCFR that disables these adjustments. Very strange, considering that the other adjustments work correctly.
Hmm, same issue in LightSpace Connect.
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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone has done a calibration (P65-C1) for night mode...as much as possible that is.

I'd love to see less white light and more yellow but still have as a good a picture as possible. I know it's kind of contradicting but I hope you understand why I'm asking.

Lastly, has there been a concensus on whos calibration has worked the best for most people and/or the latest one that's been done.

I haven't been on here in a couple years so not sure if some of the newer firmware updates required new calibrations.

Thanks for any and all help. It's greatly appreciated.

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Fwiw I sold my set to my grandparents and just got around to recalibrating it with the latest firmware 6.0.18., with the Backlight at 30 in DV it still seems to be ideal and provide the lowest deltaE. Just thought I would throw that out there.

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any chance you can post your updated calibration settings for the latest firmware?


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any chance you can post your updated calibration settings for the latest firmware?


I didn’t record them. I could try to stop over sometime and do so but we’ll see. The ones I have posted should still be pretty accurate. The native contrast of the display doesn’t change with updates, the Dimming may have but that still wouldn’t affect the native capabilities of the display.


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Anyone by chance have calibration settings for the P75-C1 on 6.0.18.1 that they are happy with? Seems the posts I've been using haven't been updated since the latest firmware update. Thx.
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Anyone by chance have calibration settings for the P75-C1 on 6.0.18.1 that they are happy with? Seems the posts I've been using haven't been updated since the latest firmware update. Thx.
We could only get suggested settings from "shoman94" for the P75 and since he went to the dark side (Sony), he hasn't posted for the latest firmware update. Just kidding shoman94.
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We could only get suggested settings from "shoman94" for the P75 and since he went to the dark side (Sony), he hasn't posted for the latest firmware update. Just kidding shoman94.

thanks...I noticed he "crossed over"

I guess I'll go with his 5.x values since there doesn't seem to be an outcry of horrible looking images after the update...either that or everyone has already replaced their C1's with newer models
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thanks...I noticed he "crossed over"

I guess I'll go with his 5.x values since there doesn't seem to be an outcry of horrible looking images after the update...either that or everyone has already replaced their C1's with newer models
I'm using the vs. 5.x values but I did notice that the whites look overexposed, at least on my Apple TV 4k device. Let me know if you're seeing this as well.

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I've changed most of my settings back to stock, with an update to Gain settings, based on a experiment involving lowered contrast.

With contrast lowered to 47 (4000 nit detail), I did a SDR meter based calibration using HCFR. Calibrating using a contrast of 47, brought me to these gain settings

R -24 G 1 B 14

I would say, I've finally hit the nail on the head. These settings are for a P55 C1. Whats odd, is the way DV responds initially to the settings when applied a movie is playing. DV has to be start over, in order for it to use the settings and apply them to the tone mapping. The results are great, really helps the display balance contrast within the image. Colors pop, detail is abundant and the image is razor sharp.

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I've changed most of my settings back to stock, with an update to Gain settings, based on a experiment involving lowered contrast.

With contrast lowered to 47 (4000 nit detail), I did a SDR meter based calibration using HCFR. Calibrating using a contrast of 47, brought me to these gain settings

R -24 G 1 B 14
What process did you follow to arrive at these settings? In general the white balance can be achieved by adjusting only two (or even just one) of the three colours.
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