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You can get the Basic disks to attempt an amateur Calibration or call a Pro on the forum which may run you $300-$400 or so. Looking forward to viewing this panel myself since I'm hearing a number of positives so far.
Walmart has the disk for a very low price and it appears the Toshiba is trying to use a six color system much like 6 color printing does and would guess it could handle it since they are the basic RGB Primaries and Cayan Magenta and Yellow which has been around much longer than the Toshiba processing. A Pro ISF Tech can get into areas you cannot though with their precision tools. Also, study the owners manual on the color system to see what they recommend.
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