by n1nji - 6/19/10 5:18 PM
In Reply to: Anyone? by cvanderhoef
I don't own the unit, but I can tell you there is no real "magic" calibration. Unless your a super perfectionist or plan on doing artsy stuff(which I doubt on a tv like this) your best bet is to calibrate by eye. Just tweak around till you find something that works. Its the free way, and works for most.
Most sets have a movie mode which imo is usually the best looking. Or at least it is on my larger tv set.
Another option is to go to best buy and get a cheap calibration service. I never used them and only heard of it recently but I bet they use the proper tools to get the job done. There are other calibrators out there, so you can shop around for price.
Another thing to note is a little over saturation is an enjoyable feature to your eyes. A fully calibrated screen might look a little dull in comparison.
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