Originally Posted by ntculenuf
OK I will except the adjusted aspect of getting it calibrated over using the settings for the TV model off the net of someone else's calibration. The picture looks great and a whole lot better than factory settings. Just haven't really looked for or heard of a good calibrator here in town.
Doing what you've already done is a good idea, and I'm psyched you see and appreciate the difference it made. Nice work.
I think the point David and I were making is if your display is calibrated by someone with great gear, and skilled enough to bring out the best in your equipment, in your unique viewing environment, the PQ enhancement you'll see then can vastly exceed the improvement you already see and appreciate.
If you decide to take a swing at that, there are threads on the forum to help you find someone really good at imaging science in your area.
Every once in a while, quite inexplicably, things actually go according to plan.