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post #1 of 3 Old 11-29-2012, 12:16 PM - Thread Starter
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Best bet for a newb to calibrate his 60inch Sharp Aquos LE640u LED smart tv?

or should I let the Sharp Aquos Advantage live support, adjust my picture settings. I fear as reported on Cnet, that the live support nuked the picture on their review tv.
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Best bet for a newb to calibrate his 60inch Sharp Aquos LE640u LED smart tv?

or should I let the Sharp Aquos Advantage live support, adjust my picture settings. I fear as reported on Cnet, that the live support nuked the picture on their review tv.
There is really no need to "bet" or gamble on a "best" calibration solution for your TV. Hire a formally trained, seasoned, recommended, professional display calibrator, with a spectrophotometer or equivalent instrument. The THX certification program requires such an instrument, but the ISF program does not. There are several touring calibrators recommended by satisfied customers on this forum. You have not revealed where you are located in your profile. There may even be a suitable candidate near you.

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Best bet for a newb to calibrate his 60inch Sharp Aquos LE640u LED smart tv?
or should I let the Sharp Aquos Advantage live support, adjust my picture settings. I fear as reported on Cnet, that the live support nuked the picture on their review tv.

An option could be buying a new colorimeter and start studying and following the useful advice of the several extremely knowledgable experts on this forum.

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