Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by RobsterD, Mar 25, 2001.
Anyone know of any british internet sites where i can purchase the disc on dvd.
www.jungle.com - £28 - 5 days delivery
Does anybody out there actually have this DVD and is it worth buying?
I have both DVD Calibration discs - Video Essentials and Avia Guide to Home Theatre.
They are extremely useful for setting up large TVs and Projectors. In fact I wouldn't be without them for the latter.
If you are unhappy with the setup of your TV then they are good to have. I personally prefer Avia as a disc for beginners and it has a Subwoofer test which VE does not have.
If you are happy with your TV then you may be better just asking your questions in the TV forum and save the £28
Video Essentials (et al) are essential (sorry) for CRT front & rear projectors as convergeance drifts over time. I tend to run VE every 4 months (but only when MrsH is at work).
K'ung Fu-tse (The poster fomerly known as PeteH)
Something like these really is a handy thing. I wasn't happy at all with my 32" w/s telly at first. Once I'd run through Video Essentials a few months ago I've been completely happy!
It desperately needed the Brightness and Contrast settings turned down from their defaults.
Somewhere in Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Then again, don't you trust your own eyes? I do and am perfectly happy with the picture I have now on my 32" TV.
Douch!!......Wot's da madder, da CIA got you pushing too many penzils?
[This message has been edited by General Skanky (edited 28-03-2001).]
Why do you have to buy the VE from UK? Chech EzyDVD in Oz, it'll cost you less that £20 (don't know the exact exchange rates today..)!
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