Originally Posted by vancouver
David does use conrol cal and has all sorts of test equipment.
Video Test Equipment:
Konica Minolta CS-200 (Chroma Meter)
Progressive Labs C-5 with software (Tristimulus Color Analyzer)
ControlCal - 8th / 9th Gen Pioneer Elite plasma
ControlCal - 9th Gen Pioneer Non Elite plasma
Sencore - CP6000 (ColorPro Color Analyzer)
Sencore - CP5000 (ColorPro Color Analyzer)
Sencore - ACP6500 (Auto Calibration Pro)
Sencore - VP403CSH (VideoPro Multimedia Video Generator)
Sencore - accuGray DC14
DataColor - ISF C3 interface for Pioneer Elite
Sony - PVM96 ( D65 Reference Video Monitor)
Numerous test and reference DVDs
Am I correct in assuming that since the calibration adjusts the 141 much deeper than the baseline set up menus do, then it doesn't matter what the TV is set?
I'm bringing this up because I didn't want to scew the calibration based on having the TV set to "game", but perhaps it's a moot point?
AV SELECTION-optimum, standard, dynamic, movie, pure, sport, game or user? Make sure your calibrator using control cal and calibrates the ISF modes. If he does not use control call then choose a different calibrator.
WHICH AV SELECTION SETTING DO YOU RECOMMEND?