Any of you Mits 1080p owners considering paying for an ISF certified calibration?
I'm patiently waiting for my AVIA DVD from the library. Just didn't want to pay $40 for it. Anyway, I read HoustonPersons detailed post about settings, page 7 of this thread I believe, and did get a much better picture than I had before. With the settings I now have, my picture isn't as bright, but the color is absolutely amazing. Before the color was quite astounding, but I think it was a little too brilliant. Now, it is extremely vibrant, but I think also much more realistic.
Last night I watched a vacation show, on HDNET, or HD Discovery, about Bora Bora, and another show about some golf course resorts in Hawaii. The color seemed more true and also more crisp.
I was reading the calibration section of the forum, and, depending on how my picture looks after using AVIA, am considering a calibration. The following link is to Sound & Vision magazine. It is 5 pages. I found the article very informative, partarcularly pages 4 and 5.http://www.soundandvisionmag.com/art...&page_number=1
HoustonPerson - thanks for your detailed post and knowledge.
Let me know what you guys think about the calibration route.