Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
You say it doesn't cost much, but could you elaborate?
obviously, financials are always relative, but in the long term, it is kinda cheap... like I said, u're gonna be watching TV for the rest of your life, and now that you know how to do calibrate, u're always gonna calibrate ur TV...
> eeColor is US$680.00 - supported by LS & CM, I'm not sure about Chromapure
> I recommend LS, and that will be the main purchase, but you can use this software forever - AND IT DOES WORK CONSISTENTLY, ALWAYS HAS AND DELIVERS BEST RESULTS - they just released a newer, cheaper HT versions, check their website
> u got the meters already, although u need an i1D3 OEM for LS, the Retail version does not work, I'm not sure if the C6 is a modified OEM or Retail i1D3 - maybe it works with LS (?)
so let's say you go all in and get the best of the best (you don't need that, but just as an example):
> LS full version (too much for what you need but as an exampe): US$2.2K (don't know exact price but around that)
> eeColor: US$680.00 - offers 65^3 LUT's for 1080p signal
> i1D3 OEM: US$200.00 - in case your C6 does not work with LS
> total: roughly 3K - with the cheaper LS version you're at 1K +.
consider these costs against that you're watching TV every day and you can use them in the future on all your displays, the only thing you'll need to switch in the future is to buy a 4K capable LUT box - once 4K arrives at your home (and you can sell you eeColor and get money back) - and possibly upgrade meters (optional)
And you can save money on future TV model purchases etc as I wrote above... in the long run (over the years) it's peanuts, and it IMO only makes sense to spend money on things that WORK and deliver results