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ISFccc Calibration Ready, what does it mean?

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
I've seen quite a few TV's that have this listed as a feature. What does it actually do? Does it allow the calibrator ease of access or what?

I've had several of my TVs calibrated so I know what it does. I'm just wanting to know what this does?
post #2 of 7
Probably just means that the Service-Level menus can be accessed and adjusted. Most newer TVs have this and I guess its a good thing. Better make sure though, I'm just offering my opinion as to what it means....
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Thread Starter 
Haven't they always been able to access the service menus? I mean my Elite Pro 630HD is 5 years old and the ISF calibrator back then was able to access everything.
post #4 of 7
Here's what Pioneer's website has to say about it:

"Designed and licensed from the Imaging Science Foundation, Inc. the process allows a trained, certified calibrator to adjust contrast, tint, sharpness and color levels for both day and night time viewing with a high degree of accuracy. Your plasma's standard factory settings are maintained, should you want to switch back to them.

The process takes into account not only the layout and size of the room the plasma is installed in, but also the ambient light levels and direction. You can even have different levels set for day and nighttime viewing and also for each source you have - a cable box or a DVD player, for example.

Once calibrated, the settings are locked to avoid any accidental changes. ISF Day and ISF Night are added to the six preset modes, for a total of eight. So at any time you wish to adjust your settings, all you need to do is press a button on your remote. That's all it takes for you to toggle back and forth between your settings. You now have access to the exact high definition experience you want. And it couldn't be simpler."

Hope that helps.
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Thread Starter 
Thanks, I am buying a Pioneer Elite Pro1140 either tomorrow or Friday. So it's good that it's that easy.
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ControlCAL has complete support for Pioneer's ISFccc Interface (more in development).
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Originally Posted by turbe View Post

ControlCAL has complete support for Pioneer's ISFccc Interface (more in development).

Any luck/progress/hope at all for the 600M ISFccc unlocking/firmware? I'm sure I know the answer, but it never hurts to ask right
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