To get the color temp settings above, the following adjustments were made to Contrast and Brightness.
HC4000 Post Calibration settings:
AV Memory 1 with User 1 gamma on –1, Color on –5 (Red is oversaturated by default), Tint on 1, Lamp on Normal, Brilliant Color Off
RGB settings (default is 0)
G = 0
Note that the Red and Blue contrast are lowered to bring green in balance.
Lumens at 100 IRE: 550 @ 6482
Average Gamma = 2.19 (about perfect, 2.2 is the target)
Quick Cal of Sports mode:
As with the HC3800, you can’t use High Brightness as a starting point for User color temp, so I’m using medium (next brightest) with Brilliant Color on. Also, like the HC3800, using Cinema mode with High Brightness provides a an alternate decent bright mode, coming in at 816 lumens
All other settings at default. Stored on AV Memory 2.
HC4000 RGB settings (Brilliant Color off) (default is 0)
G = 0
Lumens at 100 IRE (Brilliant Color off: 743 @ 6802
Estimated with Brilliant Color on: 980 lumens