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Here's details on my upcoming tour to Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska:

Houston, TX area: Wednesday-Friday, November 5-7

San Antonio, TX area: Friday-Saturday, November 7-8

Austin, TX area: Saturday-Monday, November 8-10

Dallas-Fort Worth, TX area: Monday-Wednesday, November 10-12

Oklahoma City/Tulsa, OK area: Thursday, November 13

Eastern Kansas/Kansas City area: Friday-Monday, November 14-17

Lincoln/Omaha, NE areas (tentative): Sunday, November 16

If you're interested, you can contact me via AVS private message, or eMail (doug AT clearlyresolved DOT com) or by phone (314-226-1705).

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I wonder, i have a led 3d tv. If im planning to get it calibrated, how many HDMI input the calibrator gonna do? Also what modes are need to get it calibrated? Thanks
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Hey caloyzki-

This is a conversation that you will have with your calibrator once you choose one. Some calibrators itemize everything so the price all depends on how many inputs, how many modes, how many devices, travel, etc. Some charge a flat rate and include multiple modes, inputs, devices. Each calibrator is different so keep this in mind as you are shopping for someone. I would also ask about their experience with your particular display and if their equipment is up to date. Good luck!
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Hey caloyzki-

This is a conversation that you will have with your calibrator once you choose one. Some calibrators itemize everything so the price all depends on how many inputs, how many modes, how many devices, travel, etc. Some charge a flat rate and include multiple modes, inputs, devices. Each calibrator is different so keep this in mind as you are shopping for someone. I would also ask about their experience with your particular display and if their equipment is up to date. Good luck!
Thanks a lot. I thought is already a packaged deal like isf day and night, 3d , and cinema mode?
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I have looked at the ISF calibrators website and there appears to be quite a selection for the Houston area. Does anybody have anyone that they have used and would highly recommend? I prefer to work off of referrals than to take a chance and get poor results. BTW this is for a Video calibration on a new P-Series Vizio.

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Wouldn't the calibrator just calibrate one input and copy to the other inputs using Control Cal?

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I have looked at the ISF calibrators website and there appears to be quite a selection for the Houston area. Does anybody have anyone that they have used and would highly recommend? I prefer to work off of referrals than to take a chance and get poor results. BTW this is for a Video calibration on a new P-Series Vizio.
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Does anyone come thru the Southern Indiana (Evansville) area?
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Does anyone come thru the Southern Indiana (Evansville) area?

I do every few months. Hdtvbychadb.com/contact


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Thanks a lot. I thought is already a packaged deal like isf day and night, 3d , and cinema mode?
Again, it all depends. 3D is typically a totally separate calibration so the calibrator may charge because it takes more time. Some calibrators may include 3D in the flat rate. These are all great questions to ask when choosing someone!
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Due to a last minute cancelation, I have a calibration appointment available in SoCal this weekend. PM me if interested.
Where exactly in so cal?

And this question is for all calibrators who like to give their take if 4K is even worth calibrating? The PQ is already amazing just OOTB, I seriously think even most avs enthusiast, except for you calibrators can notice the before n after work done.

We have gone so far from RPTV's pre-HD with the comprehensive 3-5 hours of tests & adjustments where the $400 was justifiable with substantial improvement. But now with it's already stunning 4K + the isf friendly menu in place where you guys don't have to go in the service menu.

You guys will not like this cause it is your livelihood but Either the price has to go down some or nobody will fork out the $350-400, including folks with money to burn.
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