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    colour value for warm preset on 9705

    can some one plz post me the colour preset for warm on 9705 eg: red 127 blue 127 green 127

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    If you press the "warm" on the right, doesn't it show the values?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    If you press the "warm" on the right, doesn't it show the values?
    thanx for the reply petasis but i whant to make sure my values are right at the moment the red is 127 green=108 blue=77
    is this values right?

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    If you have not changed them from the service menu, then they should be right.
    (There is no way the user can change the values of cool, normal & warm, unless you enter and change them in the service menu, and store the changes).

    Regarding the actual numbers, I am not sure they are the same in all TVs of the same model. Philips I think should answer (someday) if they calibrate the white points at the factory.

    My 46PFL9705H/12 has for example for warm, the following values:
    Red: 127
    Green: 108
    Blue: 79

    They are close to yours, but not exactly.

    According to the service manual, the values for my TV should have been:
    Red: 127
    Green: 112
    Blue: 87
    but these are not the actual values my TV had.

    I suspect that the values my TV has were aligned to the factory using a meter for my TV, but I cannot know this for sure. Only Philips knows if they calibrate each TV at the factory.

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    thanx agine for your help the reson im asking this my tv come back from service center and now the colours dont look right they look a bit washed out

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    Hi ali54,

    The (statistical) white tone values are:
    32PFL9705x/x:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 112 103
    Cool----125 121 124
    Warm--127 107 59

    40PFL9705x/xx:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 111 117
    Cool----121 117 127
    Warm--127 109 78

    46PFL9705x/xx:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 119 112
    Cool----114 117 127
    Warm--127 112 87

    Note that these are average values from production batches.
    So, your set must have (at least) values close to above values.
    All 3 values set to 127 (which are default values) does not seem correct, you better contact your service center again.

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    Last edited by Philips; 06-17-2011 at 10:29 AM.
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    thanx for that info mr philips
    im wondering the colours dont look right becuse they changed the screen and it need to be calibrate
    Last edited by ali54; 06-16-2011 at 05:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    Hi ali54,

    The (statistical) white tone values are:
    32PFL9705x/x:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 112 103
    Cool----125 121 124
    Warm--127 107 59

    40PFL9705x/xx:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 111 117
    Cool----121 117 127
    Warm--127 109 78

    46PFL9705x/xx:
    ----------R----G----B
    Normal-127 119 112
    Cool----114 117 127
    Warm--127 112 87

    Note that these are average values from production batches.
    So, your set must have (at least) values close to above values.
    All 3 values set to 127 does not seem correct, you better contact your service center again.

    Regards,
    JuAn
    Dear Philips,

    Can you comment, if any 9705 is adjusted at the factory, and what is the instrument (meter) used for the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    Dear Philips,
    Can you comment, if any 9705 is adjusted at the factory, and what is the instrument (meter) used for the job?
    @petasis,

    Any Philips TV is calibrated using a colour analyser (e.g. Minolta CA-201 or CS-200). The values given earlier are average values of these alignments for a whole batch of that model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    @petasis,

    Any Philips TV is calibrated using a colour analyser (e.g. Minolta CA-201 or CS-200). The values given earlier are average values of these alignments for a whole batch of that model.

    Regards,
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    Thanks for your reply.

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