Originally Posted by Suzook
Stop posting no. Stop posting things as gospel that new members may see and taken to be correct. You are basing comments on your own belief of whats proper in terms of color correction and calibration, still does not mean your right. I said earlier would should both put to rest the isf comparisons. Im not qualified and neither are you. End of story
And since you cant get facts stright I never hired Kevin but was supplied settings (as I stated) by someone who had.
No big man on campus, just cant sit back why you insist your opinions on color calibration are correct for everyone.
Before I forget, do you actually own the 80? Something tells me no
Wow, you simply do not get it do you.
Calibration is calibration, it's all done to obtain the same end result and my comments are not based upon what I
think is accurate, it's based upon what IS accurate information. Do you really think I am making these statements simply based upon what my eyes tell me (no way). This is all basic stuff as far as calibration goes, it's obvious you do not fully understand it (so again who are you to question me when you do not even fully grasp what is being discussed???).
Oh come on now, seriously? You used someone else's settings and are sitting here telling me to stop, I'm sorry but that is just so ironic. Now I fully understand your dilemma!
Suzook, please stop this before it gets worse, you derailed the thread and others now have read all they need to in order to tell which of us knows what he is talking about. I am trying to help others achieve accuracy based upon actual knowledge and experience while you are just playing along as though you get it (it's obvious now that you do not so please just let this go, you have dug yourself a hole and it will only get deeper from here).
You know the other really ironic thing, if Kevin Miller or Chad B. came in this thread and stated exactly what I am stating you would not say a word other than to thank them for their help.
* No I do not own the 80" but I do own a 632 series Sharp and have feedback from many 60", 70" & 80" owners that my settings are wonderful (one 80" owner even commented to me that my settings are superior to the ones you posted, which he found to be OFF
). I know this was simply another reach by you because you feel yourself sinking, nice try but it didn't work.
** I want to clarify my statement, I am in no way implying that my settings are any better than the others posted as there are indeed set to set variables and getting a CAL off the net that works well is simply luck of the draw.
PLEASE for the sake of the forum just let it go and allow the thread to get back on track, you have had your say and I have had mine, let's simply help others from here forward. Thank You.