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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Sudbury, Ontario, CANADA
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Tried LS - definitely NOT user friendly unless you've been out and about the calibrating field for awhile! Another words, Pros, or near pros.
For the amateur, to semi-professional, to the full professional Calman will do the job for probably 90% of the Calibrations that need to be done.
I've input ideas, seen some implemented, quite a few hair brained ideas rejected, but my LG 55LHX has continued to improve with newer Calmans, some of my out of the box ideas, and still after 3 years, I still prefer to watch, and improve!
Even my last weird idea for calibrating these sets caught my wife's eye, and I got a `You're finally getting it dear!' Never seen these sets look this good!
Had to love (not) Calman 3, and trying to get those dang points to align properly! Then 4, and a sigh of relief, and now the continuing to improve 5.
You can almost feel the itchy calibrators just waiting to try that next new Beta, and the postings of when the next will be out. Haven't seen that with either LS or CM!
Issues with Build # 1386 - Continuing Loop for Saturation Uniformity - Pre and Post Calibration