Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Palmerton, PA
Re: What is the best Video Calibration disc?
I have the NTSC version so I might have to pick up the HD version. CC gave me a calibration disc as part of their extended service plan but the TV has been great right out of the box so I haven't tweeked at it too much yet. Cnet did a review and they posted their optimum settings so I'll plug them in and see how it comes out. This TV has a dramatically better picture than the Sony Bravia XBR that it replaced -I may take advantage of the service contract on the Sony because it has some vertical streaking visable on light backrounds - not bad pixels - looks more like burn-in and LCDs don't burn in. I've been hessitant because I got it at Tweeter and they're in Bankruptcy.
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: West Bloomfield, Michigan
Of all the calibration DVD's out there, GetGrey is the best I've used. I was able to get better accuracy than (DVE) Digital Video Essentials or the (out of date) AVIA DVD. I have adjusted my main monitor a KDL46XBR2, for color temperature, white balance and etc. and it has resulted in very natural and realistic colors. It's like looking outside through a clean window. It's jaw dropping to people who have seen it.
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