I had no idea what I was getting into when I joined the AVS Newsbreakers team almost a year ago. My casual interest in TVs grew into a bit of an obsession, culminating in visits to CNET and Consumer Reports to see how they measure and test TVs.
As I learn more about the current and future display technologies, I've come to appreciate exactly how important calibration is to achieving the best possible image quality. Therefore, I've decided to take the plunge and attend the THX Certified Video Calibration Hands-On Workshops, which are being offered in Las Vegas immediately following CES 2014. Since I'm reporting on CES for AVS and I'll already be in Vegas, the chance to take the workshops seemed too good to pass up.
Have you taken the THX video-calibration workshops? I'd love to know about your experience and what I might expect. If you haven't taken these workshops, would you like to? If so, would it be to simply expand your own knowledge, or do you have aspirations of becoming a professional calibrator? I know the gear needed to do it right requires a significant investment beyond the cost of the workshops—not a casual decision.
Edited by imagic - 12/19/13 at 1:30pm