How is this recoton calibration DVD?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Mike Milillo, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. Mike Milillo

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  2. Vince Maskeeper

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    Never seen it- but I'd imagine you get what you pay for... if having your HT up to display standards isn't worth $30- you might ask why you've spent the cash you've spent so far.

    Ask anyone here what the best value investment in improving their system has been, i would imagine 99% would say a calibration disc.

    -V
     
  3. Mike Milillo

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    cool, thanks
     
  4. PaulT

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    Avia can be had on amazon for 35$. Cheaper elsewhere perhaps.

    DVE (Digital Video Essentials) is 19$ or less.

    Sound & Vision Magazine Tune-up (basically Avia -lite) on their website including shipping for 22$.


    I personally prefer Avia for it's ease of navigation (have not used the S&V disc). That and a Radio Shack Sound Meter have been well worth the money spent.
     
  5. Mike Milillo

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    cool, thanks
     
  6. Kevin. W

    Kevin. W Screenwriter

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    Check some off your DVD's for the THX optimizer. It has some of the video optimizers.

    Kevin
     

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