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I recently picked up a 360 Elite and I noticed that the system settings has a lot more options now that I am using HDMI.


Not sure what the best settings are. The reference level setting. I have tried each one, not sure there is much of a difference. I haven't played a game with each on on though. Any suggestions?


Also the HDMI color space. I set it to YCbCr709 because I remember reading for my TV that it does the Super white setting.


I have the new Pioneer Plasma Kuro set.


Any suggestions on these two settings, any insight is appreciated!
 

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You may see a difference between games and video content as they use different color spaces. Reference level is a function of what the display expects; normal should suffice on HDMI.

Start out with normal reference level, color space at either auto or source, and display discovery on; if you see something not to your liking, then start tweaking. But for a quality contemporary display (directly-connected) the baselines should suffice.
 

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Originally Posted by fjtorres /forum/post/17036137


You may see a difference between games and video content as they use different color spaces. Reference level is a function of what the display expects; normal should suffice on HDMI.

Start out with normal reference level, color space at either auto or source, and display discovery on; if you see something not to your liking, then start tweaking. But for a quality contemporary display (directly-connected) the baselines should suffice.

Thanks, I will give it a try.
 
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