Originally Posted by mdloesch
Different opinions when I google that. Some people say it can be reduced, some say you can not avoid it. I will play with the settings. I have been thinking about purchasing a calibration disc also. Would this help with those settings or mostly colors? Also would you recommend a disc?
A calibration disk will help you to properly set the basics (brightness, contrast, sharpness, aspect) and is definitely recommended. It won't calibrate your set because you need meters and software for that but it will certainly improve your viewing experience. Use of a bias light is also a good idea. There are lots of disks available, WoW, DVE, Spears and Munsil, etc but a lot of people, myself included, have had good results using the free AVS HD709. There is a learning curve, and depending on what setting options are available to you on your set, you should get very good results.