Originally Posted by Brian Hampton
Is that english? Did you just get back from Dagobah?
I don't understand your answer and I am glad I didn't pay for it.
Trying to decipher this I get -> They calibrate it correctly but they don't chat with you about it so even though it's right it's worthless.... <- Can't be what you were trying and so failing to say.
Or second try -> They train the GS people but not good enough.
If that's what you mean I'm sure your just making this up.
What he's saying is that if you don't understand why the grass isn't neon green any more you might think the TV looks less colorful. If the whites aren't burning your eyes out any more, you might question why the set now looks dim.
Peoples perception of image quality is typically based off of what they have been accustomed to seeing. Without hand holding many people may look at the resultant calibration and feel the images looks muted and dull and just flip back.
Remember Micheal also has the point of view of the calibrator. If he just goes and bangs out his work he'll get the complaints from the people who don't understand what he did. From the point of view of an enthusiast excited about getting a calibration, as long as they have faith in their calibrator, they'll be comfortable with the image without the education.
So to keep with the Star Wars references ... "what he told you was true... from a certain point of view."