I have a question. if you look at these two spectral diagrams (SPDs) from two different televisions that is calibrated to the same white point (D65) 6500K with a spectrometer. The problem is that white still looks different to the eye here. why does white look different is my question.
Television1 (pictures from avsforum)
A logical explanation would be great as i trying to figure out whats causing it. is it the spectral power differences that causing it or is it the different distribution of the GREEN and RED with its more narrow peaks on television1 that causes it? what i can see and what i understand is that Television1s spectral power will produce a more natural light as its more close to the warm light from an incandescent bulb. Television2 reminds more of an typical LED lamp that we all know have a more harsh and poor light.