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  1. I can do 2 point. Blue and green must be at -30 / +30 respectively for both gain and offset (called HI and LO on this TV). This results in an error that is worse than doing 10 point, blue is still far too high. Doing 10 point on this TV seems to disregard both the color temp preset and 2 point calibration (ie. they don't sum together). For more background info, this TV was used to display video games in the window of JB Hifi for a year or so before I purchased it. I'm not sure if LED's shift to blue when they are worn out?
  2. Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately this does not make a difference. All picture modes have been tried and have excessive blue. All color temps have excessive blue including the most warm (low). Using 10 point calibration also overrides the color temp selection. I am using movie mode which provides the best picture and is the only mode to offer 10 point calibration. The backlight color is definitely cooler than 6500K but I need to know if its supposed to be that way before I go replacing it.
  3. Hi guys, I have a 70" Sharp LC-70LE960X that I use for my home theatre setup. I have attempted to calibrate the grayscale (using HCFR and i1Display Pro) with both 2 point and 10 point but I can't hit the D65 target. I have maxed out the blue and green controls at -30 / +30 respectively throughout most of the IRE range, and the TV still has too much blue. When peering through the back grill of the TV, the LED backlight definitely has a blue/purpleish hue. I believe this is confirmed by the increased blue shift at Low IRE. My question is, is the TV supposed to be like th
  4. Further information: I built these around 3 years ago for a SQ setup in my car. They then went on to replace my PB13 ultra and although they couldn’t play as loud, having 2 sealed subs sounded much more musical. Sealed boxes around 56L for a QTC of around 0.62 for memory. They are internally braced, built with 19mm MDF and covered with carpet (neat enough for the boot of a car) I have since upgraded to Dual 15” versions of this sub so I have no more use for these. Photos:
  5. This sub needs no introduction! It has served me well for the last 4 years or so and has the Sledge 1000w RMS DSP amp. I am only considering selling as I have provisional approval from the wife to DIY build something big. Limited audition is available with masks. Pickup only and recommend a helper as this sub weighs around 75kg.
  6. They powered peerless 4” midranges and 1” tweeters. With the active crossovers, timing and levels done by the C-DSP I am also selling, the sound was incredible. Vocalists sounded like they were in the centre of the dash about 2 feet forward of the windscreen.
  7. Further information: Selling my DLS CC4 Reference Series amplifier. It is a 4 channel Class A/B amplifier rated at 70W RMS per channel. I used this as part of an active 4-way SQ setup, which powered my mids and tweeters (nothing below 200Hz). I chose this amp for its Class A/B topology and its very low distortion (<0.02% at 5W). Comes as pictured. Current retail price is $300usd ($455 aud). More Specs: http://www.dlsaudio.us/product-details/36 Photos:
  8. Further information: Regretfully selling my Alpine MRX-M110 monoblock amplifier. It was used in a SQ setup to power 2 x Dayton 10" subs for a combined 4 ohm load, and so has never really been stressed. This amp produces 650W RMS into 4 ohms and 1,100W RMS into 2 ohms. This will be a hard amp to replace, but I need the money for other ventures at this time. Comes as pictured. Photos:
  9. Further information: Selling my C-DSP 8x12. It was used to run an active 4-way system in my car until the transmission failed. I will not be installing a system in the new car so I now have no use for it. Comes as pictured, with remote and power connector. I no longer have the cable to connect the remote to the DSP, but it looks like a simple telephone style cable. Current retail price is $499 US ($760 aud). Photos:
  10. Further information: Selling a pair of brand new Dayton Audio RS180P-4 7" woofers. I bought these about 3 years ago to install into my VW Golf but unfortunately they would not fit the doors. They have remained unused and in their boxes ever since. One box has been opened to check for fitment and the other box is still sealed and has never been opened. Current retail price is $85 each. Specs: https://www.parts-express.com/pedocs/specs/295-375--dayton-audio-rs180p-4-spec-sheet.pdf Photos:
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