Author Topic: Samsung 43NU7100 & Sony 43X750F Review x2: Semi-Glossy 4K VA & IPS  (Read 1446 times)

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« Reply #15 on: October 28, 2018, 03:17:54 am »
Sony Preset Color Accuracy

DSC_0076 by Deepinthesky Teslastorm, on Flickr

Sony 43X750F Preset Chart by Deepinthesky Teslastorm, on Flickr

The Sony automatically detects the type of source (cable box, console or PC for example) and automatically switches to the correct mode (Game or Graphics) with lower input lag, when connecting to a console or PC.  Unfortunately it only supports YCbCr 4:2:0, and not the full 4:4:4, which is required for blur and color blending free color and text.  Fortunately the Sony is nearly perfect in terms of preset color accuracy overall, and in its price bracket or price tier.  The Sony has nearly perfectly linear 2.2 gamma for the HDTV/REC 709 standard, and only very minor blue under-saturation and red over-saturation which do not prevent the Sony from displaying greys and whites neutrally, or without an obvious preset dominance.  The Sony's main flaw is its miss-matched color gamut which can not fully cover the sRGB and HDTV/REC 709 color spaces since it slightly under and over-saturates some colors.  The color space coverage offered by the Sony is on par with a budget (<200$) IPS/PLS panel, and should be perfect, however, the differences between the Sony and a display which lacks these flaws is nearly negligible.  Also, unlike the Samsung 43NU7100, no Sony settings need to be changed to ensure the best preset color accuracy or image quality.

Sony HCFR Grey Scale
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Sony HCFR Gamma
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Sony RGB Levels
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Sony HCFR CIE Diagram
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