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I have seen many posts regarding setting the projector to Natural 1 for setup. Then I see Natural 1 for animation and Natural 2 for live action. Which setting has the more technically correct gamma for NTSC?


On another note, I saw the projector is set for something like 8500k, there is a adjustment for changing color temp. Has anyone tried to get a 6500k color temp? Does changing this menu item affect gray scale tracking? Is finding the correct setting common among all of the LT150s or are there unit specific variations?


Since I just ordered an ISCO II, I'm looking for anything I can do before incurring the expense of having it calibrated/Thumperized!


Thanks for the help!


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[This message has been edited by Wireless (edited 08-15-2001).]
 

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Personally, I found Natural 2 to be too pale for NTSC television. I set it to Natural 1. I still haven't tried watching DVDs on the projector yet so perhaps Natural 2 does work better for DVD-source material.


Anyone else?
 

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