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Old 06-11-2008   #7
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Default Re: This Is Not a Test: Calibrate Your HDTV

Originally Posted by Robinson_A View Post
While your at it, for all you larger screen PC or Mac users. Your monitor needs calibration too. I just purchased a Hannspree 24-inch monitor for use in my edit system at home and out of the box it sucked something awful. However, after calibrating it (the same way I do an LCD or Plasma) the picture was pretty damn good.

I wonder how many of you work on un-calibrated computer monitors?
That, is very interesting Andrew. I never considered having my Dell computer monitor calibrated.
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