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How to calibrate a HD television

GadgetZone gives you a run through of how to calibrate your new TV so you get the best image quality possible. The process is extremely simple and requires no professional knowledge. If you own a HD television, you may find this article very useful.

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PirateThom3375d ago

My plan:

Your eyes and view is different from everyone else, so play with the settings until it looks good to you.

MiloGarret3374d ago

Yeah man! I tried one of these things once and ended up with a horrible picture, I can only advice people to, well... follow your advice.

llMurcielagoll3374d ago

If you would like to follow the steps to calibrate your HDTV its alright. Yet, if you don't like it simply restore settings to defaults.

AngelusRen3375d ago

Exactly, there are general guidelines to follow but in the end, you need to calibrate it so you feel comfortable watching it..

McFlouncy3375d ago

Sick of mucking around a million TV forums reading a billion experts of their settings. All I've wanted for ages is a simple little guide just like this that I can use in 5 minutes. Sweet.

rev203375d ago

For any people that havent calibrated their HDTV's it does make a dramatic difference so give it a try its amazing how much better picture you get then using the default settings.

likeaboss3023375d ago (Edited 3375d ago )

The best thing to do is if you have a PS3 is to get the DVE Blu-ray disc and use that to calibrate. 360 owners can also either get the HD-DVD or DVD version. I've used it with my Samsung 52A650 and have good results. It's great because there are lots of different test patterns to use, test videos, and a color filter.

wallace10003375d ago

Good post dude, i was about to post about using a program like digital video essentials. These discs don't cost much and will allow you to do a very good calibration. As many other people have said, the pq of a calibrated tv is night and day when compared to a tv that hasn't been calibrated.

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