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I just acquired an LG 32CS560 LCD for my wife's back bedroom/office/WomanCave. Although it is a basic LCD display it provides a surprisingly good picture. I don't normally provide calibration settings but because this TV receives little attention on forums I'll be posting them. Caveat: Calibration settings do not transfer well from one TV to another.
I'm leaving for a fishing trip to Canada but will be back in a week to add to this thread. For a teaser, the following graphs are from an initial ISF Day calibration. Pay no attention to the 10 & 20% grayscale figures as the meter used was an i1Pro spectro and they do not measure accurately at these luminance levels. Next week I'll have the correct lower luminance numbers.
Excellent 30-100 GS
Very good color saturation linearity is possible with proper calibration.
LG 32CS560 ISF Day Satutations.jpg
Edit: It turned out that the 10% luminance color balance was more or less correct. Using a meter accurate at lower levels (which was used for the calibration in post #2, 20% was quite good, 15% started to deteriate, and at 10% and 5% the color balance really fell apart.