RBFilms, I have a few questions I would love your input on as I am waiting for my disc to be delivered. I ordered it intending to only use the video calibration, however, after reading every page of this thread, I am tempted to buy an SPL meter and turn off my audyssey settings on my Denon 3312. Is the disc self explanatory when it comes to audio calibration or are there some tips/tricks i need to be aware of?
So here are my main questions:
1. I have a Sony BDP-590 Blu-Ray player. Some places in this thread mention calibrating your TV but also addressing the blu-ray. Do you do this independently, at the same time or how do I go about this? I have turned off all the auto, crap on the blu ray. Do I need to do anything else. My concern is if i can't accurately dial something in on my TV, how do I know if I hit my TV limits or if it is a result of the blu-ray
2. Do you have any specific starting points or pointers for my TV? Samsung PN64E533. It is fairly a newer Costco model and it doesnt have a page in this thread
3. My speakers are Bipolar, do i need to think differently about calibrating them? I have Definitive Technology BP-8060 towers and a 8060 powered center along with 8040 surrounds. In addition to being bipolar, the front l/r and center are powered. Would that affect the calibration? Should i just set them all to 12 o'clock and try and dial in to 83 from there?
Sorry for the 20Qs. I completely respect all of your opinions and look forward to any advice you have. I can't wait to get my disk in the mail