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Just outside Raleigh NC looking to calibrate a Panasonic tc-p58vt25. Also need advise on blur I'm experiencing from set. Thank you in advance.
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Just outside Raleigh NC looking to calibrate a Panasonic tc-p58vt25. Also need advise on blur I'm experiencing from set. Thank you in advance.
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Also, D-Nice is near you and I believe he handles that as a local area. Doug Weil tours there. Their contact info is available via that link.

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In Murfreesboro TN looking to have a Mitsu WD-73738 calibrated Please email or PM

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Would like a calibration in Corpus Christi Texas.. any takers?
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Would like a calibration in Corpus Christi Texas.. any takers?

I get to Texas every 3 months. I was last there in January, and expect to be back there in mid-April. I've sent you a PM with additional details.

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In Murfreesboro TN looking to have a Mitsu WD-73738 calibrated Please email or PM

keltymd@yahoo.com

I expect to be in your area in March. I've sent you an eMail with additional details and contact info.

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In Rio Rancho, NM 87144. Have a Panasonic G25 plasma interested in getting calibrated. Please send message with schedule, cost to have THX and Custom calibrated. Please provide certifications, process you go through to calibrate a panel and exactly what is included.

From what I've read on calibration I need to list the specifics: Looking for calibration of HD, SD. THX for darkened room viewing and Custom for lightened room. Looking for starting point print out and after calibration print out. Adjustments to include adjusting the service menu adjustments. In other words, what I read on here as a proper job, lol.

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In Rio Rancho, NM 87144. Have a Panasonic G25 plasma interested in getting calibrated. Please send message with schedule, cost to have THX and Custom calibrated. Please provide certifications, process you go through to calibrate a panel and exactly what is included.

From what I've read on calibration I need to list the specifics: Looking for calibration of HD, SD. THX for darkened room viewing and Custom for lightened room. Looking for starting point print out and after calibration print out. Adjustments to include adjusting the service menu adjustments. In other words, what I read on here as a proper job, lol.

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Rio Rancho, NM 87144

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It helps to also know your location.

I think this is pretty specific.

Lovejoy..take a look at this for THX Calibrators...may be of help.

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Thanks for the post.

Yes in Rio Rancho, NM 87144 USA.

Thanks for the link. No one listed in NM, but I guess maybe might get lucky with someone who tours from AZ, UT, CO, KS etc.

Wonder if this board has a State type post looking for calibration? Will have to look. If not would be nice to have. People from each state could put in their needs and with enough grouped together maybe get someone to tour to do them. Bonus for the calibrator to have a set group of jobs in a specific area run and bonus for the customers as they get correct calibration and perhaps a bit of a group rate.

Thanks for the posts.
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Thanks for the post.

Yes in Rio Rancho, NM 87144 USA.

Thanks for the link. No one listed in NM, but I guess maybe might get lucky with someone who tours from AZ, UT, CO, KS etc.

Contact Lee Gallagher in AZ. He's been to Albuquerque before and I plan to have him do a re-visit here when opportunity presents. You'll benefit from finding one or 2 more people to make the trip worthwhile for Lee. He would prefer 4 jobs.

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Hi, Thanks for posting.

I'd not contacted him, but had contacted Dnice a pretty good while ago, who would be glad to do it if I could get 5 or 6 (don't remember the exact number) others in the immediate area to go in with calibrations to make the trip cost effective.

Sadly, not from here originally and not in a position to get other potential people for the calibration. That was my thoughts on the board having a spot where people could group. I guess this is it maybe, lol.

Been getting advise on getting an Eye one and doing various calibrations with discs so may end up going that route. Not had any replies from service offerers (is that even a word and if so sp?). I might have scared them away with the specifics in my post.

Thanks for taking the time to post and the tip.
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I think this is pretty specific.

Lovejoy..take a look at this for THX Calibrators...may be of help.

Later
Ray

Hmmmm...you might be onto something there Ray.

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Hi, Thanks for posting.

I'd not contacted him, but had contacted Dnice a pretty good while ago, who would be glad to do it if I could get 5 or 6 (don't remember the exact number) others in the immediate area to go in with calibrations to make the trip cost effective.

Sadly, not from here originally and not in a position to get other potential people for the calibration. That was my thoughts on the board having a spot where people could group. I guess this is it maybe, lol.

Been getting advise on getting an Eye one and doing various calibrations with discs so may end up going that route. Not had any replies from service offerers (is that even a word and if so sp?). I might have scared them away with the specifics in my post.

Thanks for taking the time to post and the tip.


No, I don't think you scared anyone away, just seems tough to get calibrators down to New Mexico with any regularity. If you are willing to consider paying a calibrator for a special trip, I am sure you'll finb a few takers. Good luck to you!!

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I'm 45 minutes north of The Twin Cities Metro area in MN and I'm looking for an ISF certified professional for my Panasonic 54vt25. Thanks in advance for the help.
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I'm 45 minutes north of The Twin Cities Metro area in MN and I'm looking for an ISF certified professional for my Panasonic 54vt25. Thanks in advance for the help.


Hi, check this LIST for Calibrators.

I believe Doug Weil, Chad Billheimer and Jeff Meier tour your location.

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Hi, Thanks for posting.

I'd not contacted him, but had contacted Dnice a pretty good while ago, who would be glad to do it if I could get 5 or 6 (don't remember the exact number) others in the immediate area to go in with calibrations to make the trip cost effective.

Sadly, not from here originally and not in a position to get other potential people for the calibration. That was my thoughts on the board having a spot where people could group. I guess this is it maybe, lol.

Been getting advise on getting an Eye one and doing various calibrations with discs so may end up going that route. Not had any replies from service offerers (is that even a word and if so sp?). I might have scared them away with the specifics in my post.

Thanks for taking the time to post and the tip.

I can look into scheduling a trip sometime in March or April. Feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss specifics.

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This is typical of lots of ISF calibrators who have ONLY the ISF training under their belts. Very few know anything about CRT tech and what it REALLY takes to do it right, esp. if they joined up with ISF only recently, as ISF has its hands full teaching what it does teach and doesn't teach anything about CRT tech and what its needs are. There is a whole image structure set of parameters that have to be aligned on CRT tech, that have nothing to do with grayscale and colorations. Awhile back on this thread I put out the request for CRT qualified calibrators to chime in, and a whole bunch did.

To see how dirty your set's optics really are, you have to be in a dark room, and use a very strong flashlight and shine it onto the lenses FROM THE SIDE. And the mirrror, same way.

There's no way 5 years of ionized dust, soot, and other gritty particulates are not coating your optics with their now-matted-down blanket of bleck. The 30KV takes care of that. In cleaning this highly image-compromising stuff off your optics, special practices have to be employed, to not scratch or scuff the glossy and extremely fragile plastic surfaces of the lenses. The mirror is also front surface, not glass in front.

If you want to see how bad it really gets, take the back off the unit with it unplugged, and put a streak in the dust that's coating your flyback transformer - the one with all the thick red wires sprouting out of it. If you use your finger to make that swipe on the body of the transformer, it will come back blackened with the stuff.

I usually lick my finger - a different one...! - and carefully draw a happy face in the lenses, for nonbelievers, with very bright program material on. That makes it show up really good. And on the mirror - I just touch the back of a finger knuckle to the mirror, and presto there's a black mark in the gray. Shine your flashlight from the side onto that and you'll see what I'm talking about.


5% overscan is not too bad. 4% is better, but you could live with 5%. If you are having scores and onscreen graphics cut off at the top or bottom, tho, chances are it's more than 5%.

HD, with games and scores and such, is much more sensitive to o'scan than DVD. But o'scan is irritating, even on DVD. The 6% that Mit states it has on all its CRT RPTVs is HUGE. The difference between 4% and 6% is huge, and reigning it in is a handful, but well worth doing.


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Sent you a message through the board Lee in reply to yours.
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Live in Green Bay, WI and looking for someone to do calibration on my Panasonic PT-AE2000u

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I recently had my TV ( 60 inch Sony NX810) calibrated.
The ISF calibrator was Marc Dugas, of ConnectPro, working with Futureshop in Gatineau, Quebec.

Marc did a very good job, taking all the time needed to tweak the settings until he got optimal results. He was also explaining all that he was doing and why.

I highly recommend his services to people in the area of Gatineau or Ottawa

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I'm updating this site to inform of my THX/ISF Video System Calibration tour in Ontario and Quebec between March 12-16.

1. Ontario Hwy 401: from Oshawa to Kingston to Cornwall & Lancaster

2. Quebec: Montréal to Trois-Rivièrers to Québec

3. Ontario: Ottawa to Peterborough

I will accomodate areas further from this path if the time schedule permits.

All calibrations are done with the industry reference Konica-Minolta CS-1000A spectroradiometer, which is fresh back from Minolta from its yearly maintenance check-up.

To reserve a space on this tour, you can email me by clicking on my signature below, or call me at 905.730.5996.

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Looking for a professional ISF calibrator for my Samsung C590 in the Pittsburgh area. I'm about 50 miles north of the city. Anyone around my area ?
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Looking for a professional ISF calibrator for my Samsung C590 in the Pittsburgh area. I'm about 50 miles north of the city. Anyone around my area ?

ChadB covers Pittsburgh. Shoot him a PM.
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i have two panna GT25 50 inch 3D plasmas. i live in metro atlanta area (by 6 flags ). would like to locate an ISF calibrator. i do not frequent this thread, so please inbox me. ive had these suckers about a month or two.

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I live in Atlanta as well and have a Panasonic TC-P65V10. Any ISF calibrators traveling to Atlanta?
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I live in Atlanta as well and have a Panasonic TC-P65V10. Any ISF calibrators traveling to Atlanta?

Hi, check HERE and HERE for Calibrators..

It looks like D-Nice, Doug Weil and Charles Cooper cover your (Contact Info available in the links above).


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Hi, check HERE and HERE for Calibrators..

It looks like D-Nice, Doug Weil and Charles Cooper cover you (Contact Info available in the links above).


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Thanks, I've already had a couple people contact me.
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Hello!

A revised date for the tour has been set - my THX/ISF Video System Calibration tour in Ontario and Quebec is now between March 16-20. I only have a few spaces left available; please contact me to see if I will be around your area during those times.

1. Ontario Hwy 401: from Oshawa to Kingston to Cornwall & Lancaster

2. Quebec: Montréal to Trois-Rivièrers to Québec

3. Ontario: Ottawa to Peterborough

I will accomodate areas further from this path if the time schedule permits.

All calibrations are done with the industry reference Konica-Minolta CS-1000A spectroradiometer, which is fresh back from Minolta from its yearly maintenance check-up.

To reserve a space on this tour, you can email me by clicking on my signature below, or call me at 905.730.5996. If calling, please leave a message as I am sorting out a mobile phone problem! I can access the voicemail by landline.

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