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Hcfr and display type

Hi all,
I've been tweaking with my tv, a Sony Bravia KD-49XD7004, which I presume is a model for the Europe market.
I was using a i1Dpro plus with Hcfr as:
rec709 75% bt1886 De2000
Now the question and my doubts, I've choosen non refresh display type,due the only info I get is a direct led from other sources?

Because I'm aiming for a grayscale De below 1( I know I'm just crazy), at 40% and 70% the De is over 1.7 and at 10% gray the blue is at 110 when I make full grayscale reading.

Or should I check other things like Y target and Gamma?

I'm no professional, just got curious and over the months I've read a lot of material, so any more help would be welcome.

Thank you all in advance.
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You'll probably have better response in the HCFR thread here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...-software.html
I am very much an amateur, so what I'm saying is just as I understand it so far

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I was using a i1Dpro plus with Hcfr as:
rec709 75% bt1886 De2000
Now the question and my doubts, I've choosen non refresh display type,due the only info I get is a direct led from other sources?
The i1Display Pro is commonly referred to as i1d3 (not i1Dpro )
non refresh is the correct choice for an LED type set.
Ideally you would want to profile your set using a spectro to your i1d3 colorimeter
Next best is to use a spectral file for your display technology if available.
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Or should I check other things like Y target and Gamma
For proper calibration, yes, you want to align your luminance to the Y target. This will ensure you calibrate to your desired gamma.

Good luck and have fun.
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Thanks a lot for all the help CFC, much appreciated 😁
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