Originally Posted by somelogin
Well I think calibrations are overrated in some ways, because it's NOT true that the final result will be as the director intended and as theaters are. When is the last time you've gone to a theater and seen as dull of a picture? They insist a calibrated tv looks dull to some people because theyw ere used to overly bright, saturated, etc.... images, yet I have NEVER seen a movie theater look the way they say something should look. In a theater there is plenty saturation and not a dull image.
All that proves is that you haven't seen one that was correctly calibrated.
This is the problem with calibrations. Many are done poorly and passed off as correctly done. Spend the few extra bucks and get D-Nice to do it. Many of us would like to get him and can't because we're not on his touring circuit.
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