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Anyone used Digital Video Essential

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ilovekennyd

Guest
To set up your plasma. ive just bought an lg MZ42PZ45V plasma and have just bought this to help get my colours and tones spot on. has anyone used it before to set up their plasma. please tell me its good coz its just cost me an extra £15 on top of having to pay for the plasma!!!
 

Mep

Prominent Member
yes it's good, has lots of set up screens that you can use to improve settings. No substiture for a full ISF calibration but a damn good start. It does quite a lot of work and getting used to though, but that's part of the fun
 
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Xebec2005

Guest
What TV settings does it involve? I am assuming its colour, contrast, brightness, etc rather than the hidden menus.

David
 

Mep

Prominent Member
yes, you just the setting options available to you (with the red, green and blue filters that come with DVE) with out going into the hidden menus
 

John

Moderator
You just spent £1200 on a tv , and your concerned about another £15 to help get the picture right :eek: .

Nobody mention Gordon or Piers ...... :oops:

:rotfl:

John
 

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