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hi guys I have a LG 47in lm6200

And would like to do some .Calibration

does any one know of a good HDTV.Calibration dvd or blu ray disk
I can pick up.

I down load this one but it kind of sucks HDTV.Calibration.Wizard by monster cable

and I did see the on that this web site made but I did not under stand it.

so if any one can point me to a good one I will say thanks in advance

or if any one know where I can down load a free one

thanks guys
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and I did see the on that this web site made but I did not under stand it.

What didn't you understand about it?
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hi guys I have a LG 47in lm6200

And would like to do some .Calibration

does any one know of a good HDTV.Calibration dvd or blu ray disk
I can pick up.

I down load this one but it kind of sucks HDTV.Calibration.Wizard by monster cable

and I did see the on that this web site made but I did not under stand it.

so if any one can point me to a good one I will say thanks in advance

or if any one know where I can down load a free one

thanks guys

One of the better free ones is the one from AVS. Just use the search feature at the top. There are a couple of formats so download the one that is appropriate for your OS. You can burn it on a DVD but you need a blu-ray player to use. Spears & Munsil just released the 2nd edition of their commercial cal disk and it is most excellent. Personally, I don't trust anything from "M".

Keep in mind that you won't be truly calibrating your tv, only making accurate picture adjustments based in rec.709 standards. To truly calibrate your tv you need specialized software and meters and LOTS of learning time. Even using a cal disk for pic adjustments has a certain degree of learning time.

Oh, and if you have any questions about calibrating or making accurate adjustments, I'd suggest posting your questions to the Display Calibration forum.
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