Hi All, glad to be back!
So I finally got the HD37 as a replacement to my Epson 6100. I had to pick this one mainly because of the placement. But I'm glad with the overall experience. Except for whites that look a bit on the yellow side. Let me explain...
Out of the box I noticed most of the presets looked blueish. I went and searched reviews or threads to help me calibrate it. I found this review to be helpful (from hometheaterhifi.com), it recommended:
"While an instrumented calibration provides the best results, there are some settings you can make that greatly enhance the picture from its stock form. First, switch to the Reference picture mode. Then go into the Advanced menu and set Color Temp to D65 and Color Gamut to Native. That will get you most of the way to a very accurate image with rich saturated color and good contrast."
That actually worked, colors are AMAZING... they do seem a bit over saturated, but they are accurate and bright.
However, I noticed (especially when looking at my PC screen and back) that whites (blank website page for example) look yellowish.
What could be some tips to bring the whites back to a more whitish or even bluish side while keeping the rest of the colors accurate?
Anything on the top of your head I'll try and report on.