Sharp Elite 70" LCD (PRO70X5FD)
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Last Friday I worked on a new Sharp Elite 70″ LCD (PRO70X5FD).
I got things dialed in pretty well (report attached) minus some things where the CMS system didn’t seem to be working. Red and blue didn’t seem respond at all and green took the entire range before it came in. Secondaries responded well to HUE but not saturation. Level adjustments worked well for all colors that I needed to use it on although blue was really jumpy.
According to the Sharp calibration guide posted for the TV (SM section of thxvideotech.com) it states not to touch the main Color and Tint settings and only to use the CMS system. I followed those instructions.
The issue I was left with was that while most HD material like HBO HD, Discovery HD and BluRay looked pretty good. But on all the talk shows, news casts, ESPN and such everyone had a lobster skin sunburn. This was part of the reason that they had the calibration done in the first place. It was improved somewhat by lowering the RED Saturation but was still annoying. I coached the client a little bit regarding source quality issues but was hoping that you might have some further advice for me regarding this issue.
The settings were all zeroed when I started. Post calibration settings are on the bottom of the report. The set is in Standard Mode and cool or cold or whatever it was called on this set. All automatic processing things are off except Noise Reduction and 120Hz are set to low.
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