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post #3121 of 3130 Old 05-31-2019, 08:02 AM
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"2000+ hours" should be the reason for that not so huge difference, IMHO.
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Did you use auto-cal?

If not the TV then maybe it was the firmware update on the VF pro. I couldn't find any changelogs for it.


Yes I do and also use the vf pro, I got my set in March so perhaps there was something more significant in a prior update .


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"2000+ hours" should be the reason for that not so huge difference, IMHO.
darn you monster hunter! (that is about 1000 hours of it)
but that is not huge? every color is way out of their target box.

EDIT: it is only SDR. Both DV and HDR still match-ish the old calibration from 10 months ago.

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Sorry, I'm not a graph guy, I only trust numbers and the only numbers I see are still under absolute dE of 3, relative dE are even less, so the difference should not be perceptible. At least for the colors analyzed.

For absolute I mean not compared to the old/previous measurements which comparation I labeled as relative.

If I were in your shoes would I recalibrate the set? Yes... but just when I have time and will. It's not something urgent in my opinion.
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After 2000 hours the first big cycle starts which could be responsible for the differences, other settings then the last time, the new LG firmware has a new gamma curve and so on and so on. As you can see there are many reasons. When you have some time you can recalibrate your set and then you should use just the lightning LUT. First of all you safe a lot of time and the panel drift is less which is important especially when you use a slow meter like the C6/id3. Another advantage of the lightning LUT is that you will have less color banding and distortions.
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After 2000 hours the first big cycle starts which could be responsible for the differences, other settings then the last time, the new LG firmware has a new gamma curve and so on and so on. As you can see there are many reasons. When you have some time you can recalibrate your set and then you should use just the lightning LUT. First of all you safe a lot of time and the panel drift is less which is important especially when you use a slow meter like the C6/id3. Another advantage of the lightning LUT is that you will have less color banding and distortions.
Thanks for the advice. Luckily HDR/DV are still good. So only SDR dark, and game needed to be redone. (Then i can put all the stuff away till next year... and a new TV?...)

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I have the asbl disables in the service menu and I’ve noticed ever since the newest software update that the tv will now dim and have the asbl kick in even if it is disabled in the service menu.
Has anyone else noticed this or could it just be my panel??
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I have put a 235 Nits 10% window on my display and kept meausred. With ABSL after 2 minutes is starts dimming. Without that, it does not. I ahev waited only 30 seconds, as I don't want to stress my pannel.

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Would anybody like settings that don't require you to load a 3d lut file onto your TV?

Yes I would!

GO PACK GO!
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I've posted new SDR and HDR settings in the e8-c8 owners thread. No 3d lut required. My copy, paste skills are failing me on my phone, otherwise I'd share them here.
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