For those on the fence about which Calibration DVD to buy....

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Matt*B, May 28, 2005.

  1. Matt*B

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    Gee, it *is* an ad for DVE after all... [​IMG]

    And, DVE is a much more recent release while Avia has been out a number of years. I would *expect* DVE to have some stuff that Avia doesn't.
     
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    Hello..

    Yea, It seems to be an ad for it -- but that site sells all three discs. So I suppose it's reliable. I am still trying to decide which one to get as well....


    Thanks,

    Matt
     
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    I always recommend both. Avia's patterns are more useful for me, but I use DVE in conjunction for testing outside the 16-235 range. If you can get the PRO versions of either, that's the be-all end-all. I still lean towards Avia, but they've both been gathering dust with Avia PRO.
     
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    FYI: there have been posts in the speaker forum that the low freq (LFE) test tones on DVE are incorrectly encoded on the disc.
     

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