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THX Blue Optimiser Glasses?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by image165, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. image165

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    I don't know if I'm posting this in the right forum. Probably not. But I was just wondering, do most of you have those Blue THX Optimiser Glasses, for optimising your Plasma screens? If so, where did you buy them from? Can you buy them from a physical shop? If so, which one(s)?
     
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    I spent ages looking for some blue and red filter glasses for my hitachi but then i realised in the colour decoding options it has rgb and then red ,blue,and green options ,light one of the options eg blue and it places a blue filter over the picture .

    Then i adjusted the setting that way .
     
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    If you get hold of one of the optimising DVDs such as Digital Video Essentials they supply a set of red blue & green filters, DVD only gosts £20 approx and does to some small degree help.
     
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    Oh right. Thanks for telling me about Digital Video Essentials. So, the ASIN: B00009WW03? Just checking I've got the right one.

    Is that the best Plasma/LCD optimising DVD available then? Or are there alternatives? And are the red/green/blue filters packaged inside the DVD case?
     
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    You can get it cheap on a PowerBuy, if you're quick, I think....
     
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    Amazon.co.uk sell it for £19.99. Is that what you call cheap?
     
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    If your british you need to make sure its the PAL version and yes the filters are inside the DVD case, is it the best? no, professional ISF calibration is supposedly the best but it will give you better results than the basic out of the box settings on any TV, plasma, crt, lcd
     

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