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I have owned a Mits WS-65413 now for exactly three years. I am getting ready to move and have never had this set calibrated. Figure it may need SOMETHING after a move. I am wondering if folks think it worthwhile to have a full blown calibration done on this set - given that the cost of such is about the used price for one of these now. Thoughts? Thanks.
 

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Rear projection crt? Depends. You definatly want to clean your crt lenses. It's not to hard to unscrew the back of your tv and clean them. That should make a big difference, im sure they are dusty. Whether to fully isf is up to you, there is a very good possibility it will look better than before. Better focus, colors, etc.
 

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I wouldn't. Rather inexpensive TV to begin with.


I'd sell it, get a few bucks for it, and then buy a newer 60-70" rear projection TV for around $2-3k...that is if I wanted calibration. Or you could just stick with your old set.
 

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I wouldn't. Rather inexpensive TV to begin with.


I'd sell it, get a few bucks for it, and then buy a newer 60-70" rear projection TV for around $2-3k...that is if I wanted calibration. Or you could just stick with your old set.

Ummm (and this from a guy who detests posts starting with "Ummm"), nice moniker line.
 
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