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I plan on having my Toshiba 55SL417U calibrated next month or so. Recently I read about how some tvs have 2pt or 10pt grayscale adjustment. I am assuming my tv only has 2pt. Does that mean my tv can't be calibrated as good if were to have 10pt instead. Is it even worth it going ahead with the calibration?
 

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I plan on having my Toshiba 55SL417U calibrated next month or so. Recently I read about how some tvs have 2pt or 10pt grayscale adjustment. I am assuming my tv only has 2pt. Does that mean my tv can't be calibrated as good if were to have 10pt instead. Is it even worth it going ahead with the calibration?
On some TVs the grayscale can be calibrated perfectly with just 2pt controls. On others, you can usually get it quite close with just 2pt controls.


Gamma might be a different story however depending on how linear and accurate it is to begin with and what controls are offered (if any) to adjust it.
 

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I am assuming my tv only has 2pt. Does that mean my tv can't be calibrated as good if were to have 10pt instead.
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Grayscale turned out very well. In fact, it's some of the best tracking I've seen from any LCD display. Even though Toshiba only offers a two-point white balance adjustment, the results show a 10-point system is unnecessary. Gamma flattened out a little to a much better average of 2.3 with only slight darkening in the lower end of the luminance scale.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...3#post21099323


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