Using a HTPC, Thumperized UP-1100 blasting through a Panamorph onto a draper 1.3 gain screen I constantly find myself always tweaking trying to find that nice glossy, lots of depth, image. This probably has everything to do with contrast level, something that is discussed on this forum often.
I find myself coming back to pretty much the standard settings, If I stray to far away I'll lose detail in either the blacks or whites depenting on which field I am pushing.
Right now I would describe the picture as a "satin" look. Not flat, but certainly not glossy with lots of depth, like a CRT would produce. I am hoping the 235:1 Panamorph will help (like I'll see that anytime soon).
So, What do you folks suggest? Grayhawk? Some better form of gamma control (I really have none at the moment). I don't know.
Looking for suggestions that does not involve buying a whole new system.
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