Originally Posted by Raistlin_HT
I'm about to pull the trigger on a Sony 50A2000.
My question is, how much better of a job will ISF calibration do versus following the info from here?
I have no issue going into service menu, etc.
Are there any supplies I need to help with the calibration?
LOL (at myself). You're braver than I am Raistlin. When I read your post I couldn't help but hear, "How much better of a job will a board certfied surgeon do vs. me removing my wife's appendix myself. I have no problem going into the belly (of the beast?). What instruments will I need to do the surgery?"
Yeah it may just be me, but delving into the service menu when I don't even know what supplies (like a service manual?) that I would need would scare the fool out of me. Today's displays are very complex and very expensive. I included ISF calibration in my purchase budget myself. At any rate, if you choose to dig into the service menu yourself (and many braver/more experienced souls than myself do) the calibration forum can be found here
. It seems to me that there's not much in the way of specific instructions there on service menus, however. I think many posters are concerned about leading others into trouble?
Be sure and tell us how it works out.