Re: Samsung LCD/LED 3D UNxxC8000
I calibrated a 2010 55″ 6500 this past week and here is what I found:
I would look at the “Shadow Detail” slider first after you run your first set of readings on the grey scale. This created lots of pain, and unfortunately, there was not enough range in the slider to get the 60-0 IRE Gamma to go lower than 2.3/2.4 (there was an annoying hump at about 30 IRE). Increase the slider to decrease the 0-60 IRE Gamma. Then, take a look at the Gamma slider and deal with that if you can as well. Ideally, it would be great if the 10 pt grey scale adjustments worked as they should to adjust for gamma. They did not. 70-100 worked as it should to decrease or increase gamma, but 0-50/60 hardly moved, and there was not enough range in the 10 pt system to increase the Gamma (client was in a bright room so I was adjusting for 2.2). Also, most of the seperate IRE adjustments worked pretty good with the exception of 60 and 30 IRE…one click of blue and BOOM, blue would shoot up…decrease and it would fall to say 97% with 101% on red. Try to adjust the red and it would do the same thing. Bottom line, these two adjustments were difficult to get squared away.
CMS worked as always with the exception of red, which could not be shifted along the x axis very well.