We talk about Colour Gamut and Colour Volume in the next article of our calibration series.
Greyscale is one of the most important elements of a calibrated image for your TV or projector. We take an overview of what it means and the controls available to calibrate them.
I have decided to provide some final thoughts and some final ANSI and ADL measurements with this article.
Learn how to calibrate HDR on the Epson UB6050 / UB5050 / TW9400 / TW8400. This is a great projector to learn calibration on.
Since TV and Projector calibration can seem a bit scary at first, I wanted to detail what is needed to do manual calibration on a TV or Projector.
CCSS samples are used to correct your colorimeter to your display if you don’t have a spectrophotometer. They can be used with HCFR or ArgyllCMS.
I spent more time with the LS12000 trying to tame dynamic mode. It's not a victory yet but there are some goodies inside.
These are my impressions after spending 2 hours with the LS12000 laser home cinema projector by Epson.
We had 2 hours access to Epson's LS12000. I did a very quick greyscale calibration for Dynamic to tame the mode and allow us to compare the dimming performance in Natural versus Dynamic. Here are the results.
Display Calibration is a skill every Home Cinema enthusiast should have! However, the guides out in the wild aren't necessarily the easiest to get to grips with - or provide all the permutations of calibration options in one place. The Simple Home Cinema Display Calibration Guide is here to fill that space.
UST projectors are becoming more and more popular. But are they suited to a dedicated home cinema? Let's find out!