Calibrating multiple inputs ?

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  1. Dave Pobuda

    Dave Pobuda Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a Mits WT-46809 which I have calibrated the DVD Input using Avia. My question is how do I get the DTV Input calibrated ? Mits does not use a numerical value to show you your color/tint/brightness/contrast settings. So I've tried to set the slider's in the same position. I know this is not accurate and was wondering if there is another way of doing this? My SO will not even entertain the thought of a ISF Calibration(although I have not given up on that one just yet). Any help will be appreciated.

    TIA [​IMG]


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  2. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Greetings

    In terms of grayscale calibration, the set can handle two specific grayscales ... one for low and one for high ... and medium is sort of an average of the two.

    Best bet is still to calibrate to DVD and use that as the starting point for all other signal types. Everything else is far less consistent than DVD.

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