Okay, just finish the measurement and calibration, all measurements were told by
Software: CalMAN 2019 Video Pro
Patterns Generator: VideoForge Pro
Spectrophotometer: X-Rite i1 Pro2
Colorimeter: Klein Instrument K10-A
in a light control room (not a batcave) with 126" (123" actual picture size) JK N4 1.0 gain white matt.
I have to say LG have a very good setting adjustment system, and it works very linear.
The most disappointed on this HU70LA is black level, as measured, 0% is 0.117 nit,
the 2nd disappointed is contrast, it only have 400:1 FULL ON/OFF contrast.
Although the peak brightness only have 45 nits but it looks actual as bright as my old HT1070 with 70 nits peak brightness.
The color saturation is wonderful and the Dynamic Tone Mapping works very very well.
Many unwatchable films on W2700 like The Dark Knight Rise, Meg, Sing and Lego Batman,
the skin tones and sunshine were looked yellowish but now become look neutral.
Dunkirk image looks very very very wow!!!!
Sharpness might not compare to W2700 but the resolution is better.
With Dynamic Tone Mapping and Dynamic Contrast might lost some black detail but both should keep it ON.
Even the black level is very so so, but all other performance are far beyond W2700.
I never seen these color in entry level DLP projectors.