User Temperature - tweak as needed with DVE (never tried Avia) I think I left mine at all zeros cuz I couldn't tweak to get the green perfect. Red and Blue were perfect out of the box. (Medium color temperature looked the most accurate besides User)
Color - 0
Dynamic Color Feature - forget what it's called - 0
Brightness & Contrast - Tweak as needed
Overscan should be 100%
Basically turn all enhancement features off and calibrate from there.
I found that the warm color setting is more accurate, but after using a Eye-One D2 colorimeter with the free HCFR software I could get the user color temp a little better for gray-scale tracking.
I used to go into Best-Buy and wonder when I'd get a killer HD TV like all they have on display, but now when I go in there now, I see that the displays all have white crush and are oversaturated and and don't compare with my calibrated HC1500.
There is a LOT of info here on setting up a Mits HC1500/HD1000. Check it out , 'cause when they're good, they're really good!
does anyone have any advice about connecting a laptop/htpc to this projector? i know the projector has a native resolution of 1280x720.
my laptop didnt have that option so i got omega drivers just so my laptop would output this resolution but its a bit fuzzy... almost like i need to hit "auto adjust" to make it clear up for the first time. its just just too bad there is no "auto adjust" feature on the projector.
oh and i can connect this same laptop to my samsung 1080p lcd and it looks correct. is it possible that its just the laptop doesnt like to output this resolution?
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