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Created by home theater industry legend Joe Kane, HD Basics is the
definitive High Definition home theater calibration tool. It promises to
improve your picture and give you an understanding of the concepts that
are vital to getting the most out of your HDTV.
Easy to use menu system
25 minute 'quick set-up" option including an in depth description and explanation of how to use specific test patterns to calibrate your display
Audio calibration test signals
Descriptive text in the menu to help navigate each option
A 90 minute overview of the basics of HDTV
Introduction to the world of creating HDTV programs
Audio commentary by Cinematographer Allen Daviau and Joe Kane.
You probably don't need this I thought it would improve my ability to set up my television, I'm not sure if I accomplished anything. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James W. Ingersoll
I do not recommend this product for any amateur. If you don't know anything about lighting and setting up HD, stay away.Published 3 months ago by Stiak Haq
A must have for enthusiast of audio n visual one of the best reference discPublished 5 months ago by karen loi tu
Not sure how to rate this because I bought it thinking it is an instructional video on how to calibrate an HDTV. It is an educational DVD on HDTV. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BF89
Great addition to any person that takes their television experience serious.Published 5 months ago by PHILIP J LENNOX
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|Does this help with out of box "dead pixel" check?||
If you want to check for dead pixels you wouldn't need this DVD/Blu Ray Disc. Just load an image or pop in a movie and pause it and meticulously check the screen for any missing spaces of color.
For instance, if the screen was showing completely black you would see a little white,red, green, or... Read More
Jul 2, 2008 by Jack | See all 3 posts
|Does this work for HD LCD projectors?||
Yes, standard test patterns work with all types of displays. I have an LCD Projector and I have used this.
Dec 3, 2009 by Austen Pond | See all 3 posts
|Can I play this DVD on a non-blue ray player?||
No,you can't play any blue ray in a regular DVD
Mar 5, 2009 by Stanleee | See all 3 posts
|best option to calibrate dlp tv||
You can either hire a pro. make sure he's isf certified and try to get reccomendations from other people first. There are a lot of bad isf certified calibrators out there. Actually isf certified consists of taking just a few classes which are pretty expensive. And the classes teach the... Read More
Mar 29, 2012 by Will | See all 3 posts
|Do I Use This BluRay Disc to Calibrate my BluRay Player?||
YES is DOES MATTER IF IT'S HD or SD version.
SD uses a different colorspace than HD, SD uses the rec 601 colorspace, HD uses Rec 709 colorspace. You can use the DVD (SD) to calibrate the input for your dvd player, and then use a HD version for your bluray input. If your tv is HD, I would just... Read More
Mar 29, 2012 by Will | See all 11 posts
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