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Is there a site to help you with calibrating your TV to the best display settings?


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#1 of 9 OFFLINE   Ben_Brown

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Posted June 09 2003 - 02:56 AM

I am looking for a site that tells you where to adjust your setting for my new TV (sony 36in.), if there is anything like that out there. I'll be getting Avia in a month or so but I want it to look great now.Thanks

#2 of 9 OFFLINE   Ted Lee

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Posted June 09 2003 - 04:23 AM

try hometheaterspot.com - lots of info about tweaking tv's.
 

#3 of 9 OFFLINE   RickMo

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Posted June 09 2003 - 06:13 AM

Ben, here's a link that may help:
"How to calibrate a television FAQ"

#4 of 9 OFFLINE   Ben_Brown

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Posted June 09 2003 - 07:34 AM

Thanks for the help guys.

#5 of 9 OFFLINE   Ernest Yee

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Posted June 09 2003 - 09:24 PM

In addition, if you can burn yourself the NTSC colorbars and whitepoint/blackpoint pictures and display it from your DVD player, you'll be able to do the same type of calibrations as the Video Essentials.

#6 of 9 OFFLINE   Allan Jayne

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Posted June 10 2003 - 01:11 AM

>>> if you can burn yourself the NTSC colorbars ...

I don't think so. With a home DVD burner there is no assurance that intensities or other quantitative values will be correct. Even the overscan pattern could be too wide or too narrow if the video was analog at any time from its source to the DVD you are burning.

Video hints:
http://members.aol.c...ynejr/video.htm
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#7 of 9 OFFLINE   Clark F

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Posted June 10 2003 - 05:35 AM

There is also the SONY-HDTV group on Yahoo.

#8 of 9 OFFLINE   Ernest Yee

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Posted June 10 2003 - 02:07 PM

Oh yeah - and don't forget agoraquest forums for this Sony stuff. Re: Allan Jayne - yeah I really can't speak for home dvd burners but I was just guessing. I guess it'd actually have to be the data (color bars and etc) from the DVD disc that you would need to copy vs just a screenshot.

#9 of 9 OFFLINE   Ernest Yee

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Posted June 10 2003 - 02:45 PM

Sorry - Internet is bugging out a bit today.




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