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panny pwd7 and isf calibration

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by cboy, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. cboy

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    i had piers round thismorning to calibrate my panny and after 3 and a half hours he had calibrated my dvi / component / vga inputs on my panel and i gotta say..........
    jesus christ is bloomin marvellous...... :D
    i knew it was gonna make a difference but after watchin a couple of dvd samples from various discs and high def samples and even through the xbox it is well and truley worth everypenny, so just to say to any1 thinkin of getting this done just giving u a heads up to say its worth the money.

    i'm so much happier with my panel now

    thanx piers much appreciated m8 :thumbsup:
     
  2. lisag

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    Tell us your settings then.....
     
  3. cboy

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    as far as i know every panel is individual so my settings wouldnt be of any use to u other wise dont u think there would be pdf files flying round here with settings ? and people wouldnt have to pay for isf courses and indeed pay alot of money for a calibration?
    pls stop me if i'm wrong.......................
     
  4. tamthetim

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    your basic settings for contrast colour etc. might be interesting for a rough guide....................................but i'm sure Pier's hard work was done in engineers menu's etc.

    cheers,tam
     
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    Of course it is individual but it would be interesting to see how they compare to what I came up with after using the (very bloody complicated) DVE disc!
    lisa
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    yes come on give us all a clue as to the settings. Atleast then we can get them some where near ! :smashin:
     

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