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Image calibration disks?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Fluffy-Bunny, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. Fluffy-Bunny

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    Hey there,

    I keep hearing mentions to disks called Avia? etc

    I would like to get something to help me calibrate my projector.

    Where and how much do these disks cost?

    Cheers guys.
     
  2. LFCRules

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    Hi,

    AVIA and the DVE disks are the favourites for calibration. I used the DVE ones for my 5700 projector. You can get them from AxelMusic for a cheap price (cheaper than the 14.99 I paid :rolleyes: ). Check them out here

    Cheers

    Andy
     
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    What I meant to say was I got mine for 14.99 elsewhere. But at AxelMusic, they are 10.99 delivered for the UK Pal version :eek:

    Cheers

    Andy
     
  5. Fluffy-Bunny

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    Ah well, seeing as I only ever buy and use NTSC disks, the PAL version is totally useless to moi i'm afraid!
     
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    They do the NTSC one as well for 13.99 :) Follow the link I posted before
     
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    So.....if I've got a mixture of R1 and R2 DVDs which DVE is going to be best for me or would you advise that I get both. I'll be able to set an individual profile for both PAL and NTSC on the scaler so that wouldn't be a problem.

    Is the AVIA disk any good BTW ?
     

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