Originally Posted by tgm1024
Sure, this goes without saying IMO, because the best bet (with anything but a completely ineptly designed TV) is to keep the Blu-Ray out of the imaging business and leave that to the device responsible for pushing the light to your eyes. That said, what you suggest isn't the notion of "tuning", at least not when used in the same sentence as tuning your TV. I'm reading his usage of "tuning" as "calibrating".
Just for clarification.
Tuning: to make more precise, intense, or effective.
Calibration: to adjust precisely for a particular function
By using the adjustments most effectively on your player, you are doing the same thing.
Tuning, calibrating, it's all just semantics to an old English teacher like me.
However, I believe the word was tweaking, which is a bit more subtle when it comes to improving things.
IanEdited by mailiang - 2/24/13 at 9:07pm