Should I get my set calibrated if I'm moving soon?

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  1. Kishu

    Kishu Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a 2 month young Tosh 56H80, and I would like to get it calibrated or 'ISFed'. Now I will be definitely moving out by Oct. So, should I get my set ISFed now or do it later after I finish moving? If I get it calibrated now, will there be significant changes on my TV set after moving?
    I'd like to know [​IMG]
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    Kishore
     
  2. Jay Mitchosky

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    Depends on how long it remains in transit and the change in climate. The biggest change would be to convergence, which is easily fixed. My suggestion would be to adjust your set yourself for the interim - service convergence and picture settings with Avia or Video Essentials - and then get the full treatment once you've relocated. This will give your set some more time to "settle in."
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