They are very easy to use , taking you through a step by step tutorial to set up bightness, contrast, colour, hue and black levels etc, not to mention sound set up, guides, back ground information, test patterns. It even comes with some r.g.b. filters to correctly set up the different colour levels. Well worth buyingcrank said:Are these disc easy to use and follow ,as i hate to admit it when it comes to anything technical im a bit of a simpleton I just want to get the best out of my 42pv500
I have one,and you need a Phd to work it.Just use any THX dvd video set up t is just as good,you will find this on most dvd thx filmsJim_Fear said:I'm not sure to be honest i've never used one, i've just read what people have said and seen a few screenshots
Nice one Mal looked at your settings after you had used a disc and tried them and the picture does look better than the settings i was using.Its just further down the thread i saw people questioning your contrast,is it safe to use it so high(i am well past the 200hrs mark).Also will all 42pv500 owners using this disc end up with the same settings as the result.Only asking because if this is the case would'nt someone who has used these discs be able to tell those of us that have'nt on what to set them at If this is the case can anyone out there give us the settings from the result of using these discs eg:how many presses on the contrast,brightness and colour and what other settings they have found to be the best.This would give us "Learners" a helping hand and a more "JOYFULL" experiencemal600908 said:There is info in the PV500 and general plasma FAQ sticky with links to how to use it.