Jesus christ, holy mother of god... I dont know if this is a thing of the 704 build from E6 TV (i've chaged to a E6), but...
1º- My TV the blacks were wrong, on a complete dark room, there was always black glow, it was my TV's fault as i knew later thanks to a user from here, so i did as he said, changed Sub Brightness to 126 from 128, it fixed the glowing black issue
2º- On White Balance on 127 by just putting 1/1/1 i have a perfect grayscale with almost no tint , that little tint can't be fixed because touching anything more than 0/0/0 1/1/1 leads to tint, it's like my TV needs to be at the same number for 127, if not it gets tinted... But here come's the strangest thing...
3º- On Black Clipping test from @mascior
, after set the 127 to 1/1/1 and the sub-brightness to 126... I can see THE ENTIRE DEEP GRAYSCALE, EVERYTHING, and with perfect black (not like happened before that i had to lower the brightness by 1 loosing a few bars because the black was raised, as explained before because the 128), now the reference black is black, the 0.5 it's almost invisible, even at pure darkness i had to focus to see that there was a bit of brightness of a bar, but the amazing is to see that i can see from 0.5 to 5 without lose any detail with the brightness 50
4º- On color clipping test... My white goes up to 90% (4000nits
), my yellow too, Green at 1000, the cyan goes up to 82%, red clips at 600/700aprox, magenta clips at 900, blue clips at 800/900, HOW the hell my TV is able to decode that much colour clipping? of course my TV will have only 700real nits, but looks like the tone mapping is ... way better?,asked to other people and they say that their tv's cant show that much color on the clipping scale... to add something, i was able to see that much BEFORE touching anything on the TV, tested a few movies and i was so impressed to see how much detail i was losing, the bad thing is that i've noticed that on dark colour clipping test, the yellow has tint on the last 2 squares, like they're a bit red, but since it cant be fixed with CMS... i'll have to see it like that, i put the colour tint to G2 and it fixed it a bit
5º- I'll try to calibrate the rest of the grayscale later, maybe since i've corrected the brightness i'll be able to calibrate the rest of the grayscale but i have no hopes, maybe the colour clipping and the black clipping is because the 704 panels are better than the old one?
I'll let you know if i was able to calibrate the rest of the grayscale with no tint or if i had to leave it untouched for the rest of the codes
it is normal that i can see that much color detail?