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Originally created in High Definition, Digital Video Essentials is now coming to you in High DEfinition on HD DVD in both 1080p and 720p. As audiences turn to High Definition home theaters it becomes increassingly important to have the tools and the demonstration materials needed to optimize the quality and capability of the display. Developed by A/V legend Joe Kane, Digital Video Essentials offers and entire range of audio and video test signals for the all-inmportant home system tune-up. These test tracks can make the difference between an artificial-looking picture and poor sound and the amazing presentation quality and realisim you can only get from an HD DVD.
HD DVD/Standard DVD Combo Disc
Both SD and HD versions of DVE in one package
The calibration tool for HD home theaters
Includes one year free membership to online support community
Future-ready for downloadable advanced content
Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby True HD Calibration content
Color filters for checking decoding
Wide Screen 16x9 in SD and HD
Audio-Dolby Digial 2.0 Surround Sound
as expected does the job and lets you hear if the system is working the way you want so should be fine for mostPublished 14 months ago by greg french
I expected it to be a little bit more in depth - overall its okay but there are better out there.
it does it job
Ever asked someone what time it is and had to listen to them tell you how to build a clock to get an answer? If not, then this DVD is for you. Read morePublished on April 5, 2013 by Edward Dennis
Did what it says it does. Allows me to have a base to adjust my Tele instead of just eyeballing it.Published on June 19, 2011 by Moefugger
This helped a lot when trying to tweak the settings of my new Plasma TV at the time. Although I couldn't view this in HD it did still work in my regular DVD player. Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by Jason Boney
I haven't gone through all the tests for this DVD, but it took me a while to figure out how to even use it. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by imezb
A total waste of money. It is inoperable in my Toshiba HD-XA2 DVD player. I can't believe I didn't read all the reviews first. Did I mention do not buy this DVD? Read morePublished on February 10, 2009 by Torrey Pines
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I am going to preorder again. I cancelled in January when it was delayed for the third time. I was originally expecting this in early November 2006.
Maybe this time will be the charm.
Feb 8, 2007 by James M. Kilbane | See all 12 posts
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Dont think so since Microsoft is one of the people that helped in making this.
Apr 2, 2007 by Tim | See all 4 posts
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