I've had my RPTV ISF tuned and since I recently purchased an LT150, I was wondering if it is worth having it tuned as well. Or can I do (almost) as good a job myself with the help of the Avia disk? Any opinions?
Would the ISF guy know to turn white segment off? Would s/he know which gamma setting to use for what source material?
I think that if you look through this forum you should find plenty of info to do the tuning yourself. While an ISF person may certainly be knowledgeable, I doubt s/he knows much about the peculiarities of the LT150.
I agree that the technician probably wouldn't know any of the LT150 "tricks" but I wondering if he would do a better job at setting brightness, contrast, color, etc. And could maybe tweek the overscan and anything else that should be tweeked that I haven't caught.
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