If you’re going to name a mode, Rec. 709, the color gamut should be very close to that standard by default, and with the HT4050 it was (see CIE chart). Green and yellow, often the most inaccurate colors with many DLP projectors, were both very good by default, with yellow requiring almost no adjustment. The CMS worked well, bringing the Delta E error down from an already excellent 1.4 average down to a miniscule 0.4. Chromaticity errors, which ranged from -9.6% to -3.0% (but mostly within a -0.3 to 4.0 range) were also reduced to a range of -0.4% to 1.0%. Excellent results consistent with the best projectors out there.