Originally Posted by WiFi-Spy
Even when the white balance was exactly the same, The Sony lacked color saturation, as compared to the LG or the X300.
On day 1, this wasn't the case at all, I would have been the first one to call foul if so... and immediately walked out and not wasted any of my valuable time.
On day 2, it WAS the case, the color volume on the A1 was off.. the HDR looked like SDR to the E7 and the color was dull.. For the A1 to look so undersaturated is a smack-in-the-face to any owner of the TV that knows what it looks like by default.
I saw the settings on the A1 on day 2 and they were different.. recalibrated from day1 (see point 1 below).
I had no interest by day 2 to say anything about it, because:
1) That's Sony's job to ensure their product was on point both days, not the public to "fight" their battles and
2) D-Nice and jrref session at the end of day 1 showed me the "light" and I could have left day 1 happy with the A1's full performance for that day. I am glad I attended day 2 to see the A1 as presented that day to keep ownership sanity.. had I not attended day 2, my posts here would have likely been very offended based on the A1's representation on day 1.