You cant copy any detailed white balance or color calibration settings to tvs..
I do calibrate Panasonic Plasmas now for 2 years and never touched the 10 point white balance because it does more harm than good.. With most Panasonic Plasmas basic 2 point white balance works perfect, but with the newer ones Panasonic introduced tons of tricks where you better dont mess around.. There is a reason why Panasonic designed the tvs that way.. There are color shifts and gamma shifts happening..
Color wise.. all Panasonic Plasmas are not perfect.. But they are close.. The biggest problem too me with the Panasonics is the color red.. With many Plasmas red tends to be more orange.. And that can be adjusted with color hue.. Color hue is basically changing red into orange or purple.. So when you see flat reds, colors dont popt often red is too orange.. I can only talk about personal experience, but red is the most distracting color if its not right..
And then comes Gamma..
Panasonic implimented an extreme crazy gamma with panel brightes low on ST, VT and ZT 60..
Huge dark details brightness push, and hush darkening of bright parts.. It is an optical trick that makes a picture look brighter than it its.. To an extend this works quite well, all LG Plasmas have this gamma curve, but Panasonics went all over bord..
Just try these settings and let me now.. This will give you are more or less true gamma 2.2. if you chose gamm 2.4
With gamma 2.2 you get a gamma 2.0, if you like it more, keep it
100 IRE: 0
90 IRE: 0
80 IRE: 5
70 IRE: 0
60 IRE: 5
50 IRE: 5
40 IRE: 0
30 IRE: -10
20 IRE: -15
10 IRE: - 40
2013 Panasonic TX-P42STW60 PDP
2013 Panasonic TX-P42X60E PDP
Last edited by Bruce2019; 12-11-2019 at 05:10 AM.