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I got a chance to play with the new Samsung 6000 display. I made the adjustments in Movie mode and Warm 2. RGB was fine, but my question lies with the CMS. As typical with the previous Samsung’s I have worked with in the past, I wasn’t able to get blue or red to their proper coordinates. Red was especially problematic. By turning the red saturation all the way up, it still didn’t get to the proper coordinate. However, red brightness shot way up of course. In addition, when I went to adjust for color using the blue screen, I had to crank it down, which of course shifted the saturation of each of the primaries and secondaries I had set in the CMS.
Question 1…is it more objectionable to have a color be too bright and unsaturated, or should we go for broke and leave the correct brightness and remain unsaturated?
Question 2…once I set the CMS, and color shifts by adjusting the global color control, do we iterate back and forth until a compromise is reached, or accept that the CMS isn’t working the best it could and just use the global color control? The primaries and secondaries didn’t shift horribly (just out of the target boxes) but just enough.
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