Color temperature for PLUS Piano Avanti HE-3200

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  1. VABA

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    Does anyone knows how can I adjust the 3 basic colors from the 'custom' menu of my PLUS Piano Avanti HE-3200 in order to get the much desired 6.500 K white temperature? :thumbsup:
     
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    You need to use a device that can actually measure the white to black greylevels. This could be a spectroradiometer or a tri-stimuls device. You are NOT aiming for 6500K. You are aiming for a thing called D65 which has specific co-ordinates on the CIE chart.

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    Thank you for the replay and I really Knew all that....the thing is that I was wondering if anyone have done all that to his Piano Avanti HE - 3200 so I can spare all the truble (and cost :clap: ) just by adjusting the three basic colors as he have....

    But anyway thank you for telling me all that.
     
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    Each system is iindivdual. You cannot use someone elses settings and expect them to be correct. It may be closer to correct or indeed it might be further away.

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    You are 100% right! The adjusting has to be for my projector, the lamp of which has a sertain intensity.....how naive of mine :rolleyes:

    Thank you for the guidance :lesson: .....I know have to search for a specialist to calibrate my projector.

    Take care!
     

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