SpyderTV uses a colorimeter, a sensor that attaches to the TV screen and sends readings from test patterns to a computer or laptop, then calculates ideal settings for your HDTV.
sounds kool, but i wont be getting it lol.
sorry guys this was a double post, but when i went to edit it to say it was a double post, i got this page (in the image below)
I'm very scared about what this device would tell me about my generic, cheap hdtv I got on black friday. haha :(
Besides Do you remember those VCR head cleaner tapes? Well Certain HD brodcasting providers provide a TV program thats called tune and sync or sumthing and it works kinda like the old VCR Cleaners Except You Hone your settings to your eyes.. Its great, Oh and Free!
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