Not sure if this is the best place or not, but since it regards to this TV. . .
Do people think it is worth getting professionally calibrated if the TV is in a relatively light room (at least during the day). The receiver is good, but the speakers are old and in need of new ones, but that will come down the road. Also don't have a bluray player.
I'm thinking I should wait until I at least get a bluray player and/or new speakers. But does would I benefit if I get it now on the TV?
On another note, I got a wireless bridge yesterday and played around with the DNLA very minimally. I got TVersity working with the TV, though I hated the interface so I quickly uninstalled it.
And yet another note, the TV is HDMI-CEC compliant, but only with other Samsung products, correct? Doesn't that defeat the purpose of HDMI-CEC? Is there a plan through Samsung to allow it to work with other brands (the same question would go to Denon for my receiver).