Join Date: May 2006
Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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I've asked this in the display calibration topic but maybe this is a better place. My KRP-600M (36000 hours!) was calibrated (by a pro) 4 years ago for the last time, and was fine. Last week i bought an XRite i1display pro myself, and after testing and calibrating my Dell monitor to get used to the software and process, i did a basic grayscale measurement yesterday on the Pioneer. I had to do some minor changes, but from 80/90 IRE and up, red is raising a bit and blue as a massive drop off, something i can't fix with red/blue gain/offset... The effect is offcourse that 100% white looks a bit yellowish. I can't reach the D65 point as well in the CIE graph. I must say, when watching material it is not very obvious, so i can live with it, but if it is fixable... that would be better.
Is this something that characterises an aging 9G panel? Or is there some parameters in the service menu i could change to compensate for this effect a bit?
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