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The DV32R/FLR video test patterns

Discussion in 'TAG McLaren Audio Owners' Forum' started by lenny, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. lenny

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    Good afternoon,

    are the video test patterns integrated into the DVD drivers good enough or do you use Avia and/or DVE to calibrate your system?

    I've the impression that, since an investment into a Colourfacts (or equivalent) is not yet scheduled, what is included into the drivers is fine enough for a SUBJECTIVE calibration.

    Any comment / opinion is highly appreciated.

    Regards, Lenny
     
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    They are a good start, DVDE is worth running through though..
     
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    Got the suggestion: I'll order a DVE disk in the power buy section animated by Piero Milani.
    Do you use colour samplers to make your calibration or do you just do it subjectively?

    Ciao, Lenny
     
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    Hi,

    I have used both DVDE and colour analyser calibration. Like Graham says the built ins are a good start but I found them very limited.
    The same goes for the audio. I have used the AV192 internal generated signals for TMREQ but I have also used the DVDE signals and then I get slightly different readings mainly on the dB level adjustment.
    I used my ears to conclude which I found most suiteable (realistic?) and settled on the DVDE.


    Rgds Hans
     

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