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post #31 of 37 Old 02-12-2018, 08:55 AM
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Has anyone measured what a pre-17B Retail can read?
Yep. That's how Spectracal came up with the "C6 HDR". Some would read reliably to 1300 nits, some wouldn't. It's on a meter-by-meter basis.
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Yep. That's how Spectracal came up with the "C6 HDR". Some would read reliably to 1300 nits, some wouldn't. It's on a meter-by-meter basis.
Gotchya, thanks for that. I guess when I get a TV that's brighter than 1k-ish I'll upgrade mine.
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@TomHuffman , did you are anyone alse compare, if OEM values actually differ from the Retail values above 1000 nits? Retail is not certified, but seems to at least measure something above 1000 - but how accurately?

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@TomHuffman , did you are anyone alse compare, if OEM values actually differ from the Retail values above 1000 nits? Retail is not certified, but seems to at least measure something above 1000 - but how accurately?
Yes, I have checked. It makes no difference.
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There are the official meter specs from X-Rite for i1Display PRO Retail:



There are the official meter specs from X-Rite for i1Display PRO OEM (from meter produced after January 2017)...same specs as i1Display PRO Plus...just the PRO Plus is not supported by any 3rd party calibration software currently:



There are the official meter's comparison specs from X-Rite anounced @ September 2019 presentation of the i1 line.

i1Display PRO Plus has the same luminance range as the i1Display PRO OEM:


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i1Display PRO Plus has the same luminance range as the i1Display PRO OEM:

Are they still talking about black current subtraction?
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Are they still talking about black current subtraction?
Only to that page, it has other comparison page where its not mentioning the black current subtraction.

But its not used to released units: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...l#post58631572
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