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Old 03-21-2008   #13
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Default Re: Imagine if there was a pay-per view show for calibration

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I just noticed that Tweaktv.com is live now. It is a free service that suggest settings because a full "real" calibration has to be done professionally as we all know. I have been using their suggested settings on my HDTV's and I am considering a home calibration service. Does anyone know about Kevin Miller?
yeah, he's one of the true gurus of video calibration and has probably forgotten more about this subject (and high-end audio & video products and technologies in general) than most of us will ever learn!
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Default Re: Imagine if there was a pay-per view show for calibration

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yeah, he's one of the true gurus of video calibration and has probably forgotten more about this subject (and high-end audio & video products and technologies in general) than most of us will ever learn!
I had to read it twice, but that is an incredible compliment. I am going to shoot him an email at www.tweaktv.com
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If there was a pay-per view channel on satellite and cable that had broadcast quality test tones, patterns and colors, you could calibrate your input so that TV will look it's best.
No need to pay extra for PPV test patterns. If you have HDNet, they broadcast test patterns every Saturday morning at 10:00 EST:
10:00 AM ET 7:00 AM PT HDNet Test Patterns
Wonder how your home theatre is doing? Wish you had test patterns to help set it up? Well, HDNet is here to help. This short program will help you get the most out of your home theatre setup by providing you with the same professional test patterns HDNet uses to set their gear. If this time isn't convenient, I suppose you could alway record them for later use.

http://www.hd.net/schedule_sevenday.html
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