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well... I don't think the dell tool is that helpful. I think it isn't using the expand color gamut that this monitor uses. But who knows because only "native" (whatever the software thinks that is) is used. It is getting closer. I don't need it to be "perfect" (but that would be nice if it was ), but i can't use it if it is distractingly bad - which it has been. I think i'm ok with how it looks now, but i'll play around more with calman and this new meter. This meter...
that is a different monitor. (the monitor isn't 120hz anymore)
ok.. time to start testing again. I have this new meter... (hrmmm.. when something comes with its own carrying case it makes me worry that i paid to much for it...) maybe i'll start with the LG c7.. i know that will look better if i put time in to it. I'm not totally sure about this monitor. I spent so much time screwing with colors this weekend that when i looked outside the window i started questing if the real world spring colors were their correct colors.
used? who cares. who the hell would spend $1000s on a used TV. And it is one guy that just added himself to aamzon a few days ago.I'm not sure what you are trying to prove, but you are just being silly now.
even ebay G6s are over 4k still.. but that doesn't matter. The 2017 units and the way to go unless you want 3d. IR is minor but still there TVs. They go away real quickly. 55"? you are a crazy person What is your job that you are working on that?also, someone (i'm not screw with tons of sub OSD menus) might want to play around with the costum color. There are a bunch of submenus each with a lot of options for screwing with the color.
It has a 14-bit Gamma LUT. (says the manual)Also, even with the crappy free software don't confuse what ICC is doing and changes it can make without it. There is a drop down for 3x3 and 5x5. It does something. What? No idea, that is real limited software.some place on the monitor is "Dedicated Custom Color Mode (6-axis Color-control) for Saturation, Hue, Gain (RGB) and offset (RGB)."I'm not clear were that is. It might be the different options when you set to movie...
did you calibrate it and have it do corrections? (the free software isn't great.. but it is something.) It does have hardware calibrations. ie, It supports DDC.also, go sli sir!
well i'm happy i don't to hear it .. and i'm going to try not to as i'd never unhear it. hrmm.. witcher.. that game is sooooo good.EDIT: i'm really trying to hear it now.. ear to the monitor (the front as i'm not going to move the monitor) and I hear nothing.
I have 5 OLED TVs OLED65G6P, OLED55C7P, 55EC9300, 65EF9500, 55EF9500. Also, totally worth getting them profesonally done. D-nice doing my screen with his $6000 meter and years for exp crushed what i had done. But i need a monitor and I hate LED. I even have the Lenovo ThinkPAD X1 with OLED.
yes it is. It even seems small vs a 32" - but it is a monitor and you still do have the TV. Next year i plan to get the 77"Even with the problems i don't think i can go back to my 32" Gysnc 4k LED..
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