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I was trying to adjust the grayscale on my two computer monitors. One is the Dell G2410 LED and 2nd is a ASUS VH222H, both are 1920x1080 panels. I am using Chroma 5 connected to a laptop with CalMAN and using the HTPC Pattern Generator for patterns.


Attached are the reports for each monitor. My problem is this. As you can see from the Color Balance chart, Blue is too low compared to Green in the darker shades and too high in the brighter shades. With only one set of R-G-B controls rather than 2 sets (Gain + Bias), how can I get the color temperature to remain 6500K throughout?


Colors appear to be way off as well and I think for that I will need to go to software for calibration since there's not even controls for Hue and Saturation let along CMS.

 

g2410.pdf 160.91015625k . file

 

vh222h.pdf 162.2421875k . file
 

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Rough it in with the monitor and fine tune with the graphics card. Usually the way to go.


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Originally Posted by Michael TLV /forum/post/18168696


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Rough it in with the monitor and fine tune with the graphics card. Usually the way to go.


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Yeah, I need to find the fine tuning functions in the video card's driver settings. Using a HD 5850 on Windows 7 64bit. Need to dig around in ATI's CCC. Thanks for the info.
 
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