Originally Posted by jbrady3324
And this won't do anything for a NA 500m. Basically it just a label on the web-interface that you cannot use?
Well I can change the foremention brightness, contrast, and colour. So it is not totally useless. But without being able to know what the default gamma is, it is harder to "calibrate".
I would be surprised if any calibrator could find something useful at all with the web control. Maybe Pioneer had some idea that an ISF-calibrator could access a costumers TV to look if there is something wrong with the calibration.
Maybe it is a future look in to what a calibrator can do. I would gladly cough up some money and let him/her calibrate my TV from another part of the world. We have ISF calibrators here in Sweden. But what if I want a calibrator from USA? I could just give him my IP-adress and watch him calibrate. Not without buying a couple of beers first, I might add...