Originally Posted by ChicagoPhil
Just seems to me that if each TV can be +/- 5%, then a calibration based on cutting red and adding blue might not work if the TV in question is on the - side of Red already, and the + side of Blue... ??
Well D-Nice also has some excellent knowledge of the tendencies of these particular models. So the direction of the errors may follow a fairly predictable pattern for instance.
At the same time a group of shared settings would never be as exacting a good custom professional calibration (unless the calibrator did a poor job not knowing this model well).
We're talking about something that becomes more accurate by the numbers than it was before. You don't have to get perfect accuracy to get significant visual improvement.
Dish was formally known as Echostar.
Aha, method in the madness. Thx.