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Pioneer 428XD Colour Issue

orange55

Well-known Member
I have done a grayscale calibration on my Pioneer 428XD and have attached the results. Any comments would be welcome, certianly the picture looks razar sharp.

My question is how can I sort of the colour issue?

rgblevels.jpg luminance.jpg gamma.jpg colourtemp.jpg cie.jpg

As you will see form the CIE chart both the green and red are miles off the mark and I understand the Pioneer CMS is best avoided?

I have done the measurments over a number of days and still they come up the same, I have even used other senor, Eyeone, and the results are the same.

I am using the HD DVE disc with Spyder2 sensor to get the results.

My Pionner settings are:

AV SELECTION ***MOVIE***

CONTRAST 30
BRIGHTNESS 0
COLOUR -2
TINT 0
SHARPNESS -15
PRO ADJUST > PURE CINEMA
FILM MODE OFF
TEXT OPTIMISATION OFF
INTELIGENT MODE OFF
PICTURE DETAIL
DRE OFF
BLACK LEVEL OFF
ACL OFF
ENHANCER MODE 2
GAMMA 2
COLOUR DETAIL MANUAL
COLOUR TEMP
R High -7
G High 0
B High +4
R Low 0
G Low 0
B Low -1

CTI OFF
COLOUR MANAGEMENT
R 0
Y 0
G 0
C 0
B 0
M 0
COLOUR SPACE 1
NOISE REDUCTION
Field NR OFF
All others OFF
OTHERS
IP MODE 1
 

orange55

Well-known Member
What is the question?

Colour space 1 is oversaturated, colourspace 2 is undersaturated (for HD gamut)....this is normal behaviour on these panels

Just the answer I was after, thanks.
 

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