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I hav this Sony Bravia KDL 32EX720 .. i wud like to calibrate it for the best natural movie view experience and best quality Live sports on my TV.. kindly let me know the settings or links where i can calobrate it :-)

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This article covers what your real options are for getting an improved picture out of your TV. Your real options are summarized as follows:

1. Get a test disc and follow the instructions. ($free to $40)
2. Buy your own hardware and software and use a test disc. ($250-$500 range) and in a year or so ... you might learn how to do it right ... or not.
3. Hire a good professional with the proper equipment and knowledge to do the work for you. ($200-$400)
4. Buy your own hardware and software and pay for professional level training and you can get to a proper end result in weeks ... not months and years. Training costs ($100 to $2000) And paying more for training does not mean it is better.

This article talks about what the real odds are for you ending up with something better when you want to copy settings. You have less than 4% of ending up better than where you start out. You have a whopping 96% chance of ending up no better than where you started or even worse. Of course without instrumentation to confirm where you really end up ... it really doesn't matter at all since you are just picking something that you like ... not something that is measurably better or more correct.
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