In the several days that I have had my "new" Samsung XL20 I have learned a lot along the quest to get it calibrated and profiled.
Prior to this, I had never done anything other than profile relatively low-end displays in their factory default state with standard hardware/software combos ... happily, I might add.
Out of the box, the XL20 was so far off 6500K that my profiles from the native state just looked miserable.
So I decided I needed to calibrate first ... then profile ... and it measured out at about 10,000K in the native state.
Using the RGB sliders alone, I couldn't get a good profile - they all had a green cast.
Using a combination of a WARM 3 setting and some tweaks to the RGB sliders, I got a profile from there that seems to look ok.
My question is this:
Is a native color temp of 10,000K normal, or is there something wrong with this unit?