Originally Posted by D-Nice
From you, hell no. Any reputable calibrator, that's another story.
What exactly am I wrong about? I know you do not disagree that ambient light affects calibration. If you do, then I have truly lost all respect for you and your personal business (well.....what little respect I do have for you....personally).
You can ridicule my settings if you want. However I suggest you reread my post. It specifically says that my settings are a visual reconstruction of my actual ISF settings. I challenge you to sit in front of 2 Pioneer Elite plasmas (one with your post calibration settings and one with my posted settings) and tell me you can see a visual difference. Also, your client changed some of the values from my original posted settings (of which I encourage as one should make their panel pleasing to their eyes). I guess you did not see that post.
Just an FYI....
I created my settings to give owners the feel of ISF calibration without having to fork out $$$ for a full blown calibration. I have never said that my settings are better or exactly what you can achieve with ISF calibration.
I have no intention on taking this thread off course of it's objective. I will be more than happy to discuss our differences and your practices offline. If you are game, let me know.
D-nice and Jeff keep on talking on this fourm, dont go offline, this concerns the FHD1 calibaration that all of us owners and potential owners will need.
The issue here is "to Calibarate or not to Calibarate using ISF on the FHD1". Guys we are owners of the "Best of the Best" and this set deserves to be Tuned up to its fullest capablities. Lets not foget one thing: if have use it
I dont know a damm thing about calibration and thanks to D-Nice and fellow fourm members we have a chance. But I believe that there is a new player in the deck and that is the upcoming hd-dvd hi-def calibration disc coming from Gatry Reber on Jan 30,2007 for something like 25 bucks on Amazon etc.
I can get a "Free" hd-dvd player and hd-def disc for the price of a ISF calibartor.
One advantage is that I will also be able to calibarate and recalbreate my FHD1
over and over again thru time. When ISF LEAVES it OVER unless you want to get him back at a "reduced Price". I do not like that. Hell if you power goes out and all the setting are lost what the @#@# are you going to do.
I am waiting for the disc which will be here in less than 60 days...and I will be pissed off if I pay a calibartor and I cannot see a difference.
Guys, you know I am not a "cheapo" but I am very very suspious on this issue
and am I justifed given the above discussion to wait??