Originally Posted by ksbarnz
Check my first post of the forum. It should give you everything you need to calibrate your TV with an i1 and CalMAN. I used the AVSHD709 disk to calibrate my set. Also you can follow this link to calibrate your TV with an i1 and ColorHCFR.http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457
I read this entire article yesterday and am still a little confused on the startup process. As I understand it one needs these things to do a calibration:
1) A unit like the i1 LT which I have on the way
2) A software solution like CALMAN or the ColorHCFR (would ike to know how to justify the $179 of CALMAN vs Free with ColorHCFR)
3) A DVD Disk with different screens to calibrate (I guess this is the Digital Video Essentials HDDVD/DVD or the AVSHD709 right???)
But I still have a few questions:
1) Are the three items above all I need?
2) Do the 3 items above work together easily?
3) Am I going into the service menu to first setup the greyscale before I do regular menu settings like Contrast/Brightness/Tint/Color/Sharpness, etc ???
4) When in the process do you actually do the above regular menu settings? I could not gleam this from the article you linked. And when do you set all the perfect color settings on the Mits 65736 TV's regular menu?
5) Do you have your TV on Normal, Bright, Brilliant, etc setting for calibration?