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Best way to calibrate a c6 55 oled...never calibrated before?

Should i do it myself or hire someone?

is it something i do by eye or is there software to do it.

Really want the crushed blacks corrected.

thanks

read a few posts and got confused sorry if this sounds like im asking the obvious.
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There is a bare minimum you can do by eye, set the brightness and contrast. With a calibration disk (there is one on this forum for free AVSHD 709) these two settings and several others can be set by eye. Aything more you will either need an instrument and software or a professional calibrator.

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Should i do it myself or hire someone?

is it something i do by eye or is there software to do it.

Really want the crushed blacks corrected.

thanks

read a few posts and got confused sorry if this sounds like im asking the obvious.
Here's a good guide that also gives you equipment suggestions: http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=35322
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Adjusting settings according to personal preference is not calibration.

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With an OLED, you really are in the deep end of the pool, and a non-swimmer at that. Just browse the different OLED calibration threads, and the recent posts in the LightSpace thread, to see what people are encountering. You may want to hire a pro for this one!

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Should i do it myself or hire someone?

is it something i do by eye or is there software to do it.

Really want the crushed blacks corrected.

thanks

read a few posts and got confused sorry if this sounds like im asking the obvious.
Hi, using a calibration disk you can do these adjustments to improve the factory default settings: What is the best calibration disc???

If you decide to try DIY then look there for meter/software suggestions: What is the best calibration disc???

If you want to find out a professional to do that job look here: ISF Calibrators, where are you located? Please post here!

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V/P: eeColor 3D LUT Box - P/G: DVDO AVLab TPG
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