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Calibration for Infocus 4805

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Baz1, Nov 10, 2004.

  1. Baz1

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    Would someone like to post their projector settings for the 4805.
    Thanks,
    Barry.
     
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    Yeah mine are Plug in turn on and watch !!!!!!!
    Honestly, it's nigh on perfect straight out of the box. projector Central reckon it can use a slight tweak in the gamma settings. See the link below for the full details:

    http://www.projectorcentral.com/infocus_screenplay_4805.htm

    They say out of the box it has a slightly greenish bias. I can't see it on mine so I think it must have just been their one. The 4805 has apparently been pre-set to "D65" which is the standard colour setting used by Hollywood for their movies, so if you start playing with the settings, I assume you'll lose this , so I say leave well alone and just enjoy the fantastic image Infocus have achieved!
     
  3. Gary Lightfoot

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    Hi Baz1,

    There may be some more user info over on www.avsforum.com - many have colorfacts calibration software, so there might be some listings of adjustments.

    Each calibration setting will be different for each input, so using a component setting for a dvi input may not give the same results. Different DVD players can also affect the settings you'll use, so make sure you note down any settings before you change anything (though if they're all at 50, it's probably not hard to remember:) ).

    HTH

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    Thanks, boys.
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