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Screen calibration

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by explorer, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. explorer

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    Hi all,
    I have just fininshed the calibration of my Pioneer 435 fde, she has had a break in period of about 3 weeks and I used theTHX set up I found in 'Finding Nemo', I managed to do the all the set up except the tint adjustment as this method requires the use of blue tint glasses they never came with the dvd as it was a rental unit,(I am not sure that you would get them if you had bought the dvd either)!
    The results are very good and the skin tones look more life like and colours true to life!
    Here are my settings after calibration.
    Av selection-Standard
    contrast 43
    brightness Plus 1
    colour minus 19
    Tint 0
    sharpness plus 1
    Pro adjust settings menu
    Pure cinema Adv
    colour temp Mid
    Mpeg nr low
    Dnr Low
    Cti on
    Dre mid
    colour managment default settings.

    I dont know if it could be better using DVe disk?
    Please if you are about to do this make sure that you have decent cables to connect and try not to let video cables regardles of type cross over power cables, this can cause mayhem and I know this for real as I play the Roland tD8 drum kit into Mackie srm 450 speakers, Power lines crossing signal feeds induce hum and buzz, it has to introduce crap to video signal too- Dont do it please, use shielded cables were you can afford to please! :hiya:
     

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