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Avia review...do you want one?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by nathan_silly, May 22, 2003.

  1. nathan_silly

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    I have Avia. If I have time, and if I get enough requests I can go through and attach little pics of each screen (will this violate copy protection laws?)

    Anyway, if you're thinking about buying Avia but would like to know what the disc contains please post below mine.

    Unless theres a detailed review on the net somewhere? If so, mods please delete this post.
     
  2. shodan

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    Well I think you would be undertaking an absolutely moohoosive task!!!! Also, depending on how far you go into it and what pics are shown, some newbies may be put off by it! I've been through mine 3 times now and it still intimidates the hell out of me!!!

    Good luck though with it if you decide to and I'll look forward to reading your review.
     
  3. nathan_silly

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    Looks like no-one is interested..

    There is info on Avia somewhere in here...

    http://www.keohi.com
     
  4. briandzo

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    i prefer to use.
    a THX disk with both audio and video tests.
    (eg terminator 2 THX edition)

    i have the avia disk and the menu system
    is a complete muddle.
    its also a ntsc disk. this may have an effect when setting up
    and then playing pal disks.

    The THX tests are great for setting up brightness/contrast
    the 2 most important settings.
     
  5. nathan_silly

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    For owners of CRT RP's & CRT FP's Avia is a essential DVD. I guess with LCD & Plasma the THX will be sufficient - you don't need convergence & geometry grids.
     
  6. briandzo

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    nathan,

    Fair point.

    id imagine i was suffering tunnel vision.
     

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