You shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth! There are ton's of disc based "calibrations" out there, and going into the CMS without a meter is not a good idea. That's where the magic hides, and most will leave it be. When an actual meter based/pro tools type of calibration comes along, the interest is very high. And it's not a single setting that makes the difference; but an entire chorus of settings all interdependent on a step by step workflow to achieve the final result. A real calibration makes a tremendous difference with regard to PQ. It's night and day better. These TV's are so good that with a true calibration, you will realize just how insanely good they are. Anyway, that's why I share. I don't want to be the only one out there with the best looking M70-D3 picture.My goodness you folks certainly are passionate about your calibration settings. It's the only topic anyone wants to talk about anymore. Any prospective owner would be scared to death to invest in this piece of electronics when faced with the impossibility of creating the one true setting.
Shouldn't the moderator create a "calibrations settings" thread to send all this stuff to?
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