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I've previously heard that JVC projectors suffers from a phenomenon called 'Gamma Droop'.
I personally own the X7900/X790R/RS540, build date March, 2020.

As I understand it, the gamma drops/drifts internally, inside the projector, independantly from the OSD gamma controls.

I have a colorimeter, spectroradiometer, LightSpace/ColorSpace, but no external video processor.

The question to answer is, will I need to purchase a Spyder and use JVC's calibration software to address these issues, or can I solve the potential/inevitable gamma issues using the equipment and software that I already have?

Many thanks!
 

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Hold on a minute, for reference, see the system requirements on the JVC calibration software website:



SensorDatacolor Spyder5 ELITE/PRO
X-rite i1 Pro2*1

*1 Spyder5 ELITE/PRO sensor is required when using the Environment Settings feature.

Enviroment Settings

Adjusts the video settings according to the installation environment to minimize any influence on the image quality by objects, such as white walls or indirect illumination.


I have the X-Rite i1 Pro 2, what a find, glad I don't have to enter the lottery of a Spyder.

I solved it myself, thread can be locked.
 
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