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It is a decent system to adjust your TV or projector's brightness, contrast, sharpness and image distortion. Read morePublished 5 days ago by kpdocmail
I am completely shocked that this Blu ray disc did what it said it would do. I did the just the beginner tests just to see how things would look. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Chris
Got this for the very good assistance it offers in properly adjusting a set for an accurate image. Works VERY well. Follow the directions, and you will get good results.Published 6 days ago by Tomas
This disk wasn't too hard to follow. Used it for both of my HD TVs and the picture looks noticeably better to me.Published 7 days ago by TomH
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|Disney WOW - which is the latest version?||
The latest Blu-Ray version is the 2012 version with 1 disk. I'm guessing the same content sans the extra disk with stuff no one watched (non-calibration disk with scenery to show off the TV).
Feb 25, 2014 by R. Sattler | See all 3 posts
|Which TV setting to use?||
Jan 9, 2014 by Randall James | See all 5 posts
|I'm having trouble with the contrast setup||
This is a long time after your post, but did you figure it out? Try turning the backlight to 3 to start out with (out o 10) then turn contrast all the way down. Start turning it up until you see just the first bar on the right set of bars. Does that help?
Apr 8, 2014 by Ben Kelley | See all 3 posts
|Now Available through Disney Movie Rewards||
It is either sold out or not available anymore on DMR - checked today and and a couple of days ago. :( I would love to get this and it will probably be worth the wait however.
Dec 6, 2010 by Ben Kelley | See all 4 posts
|How would this work with a 4K UHD television?||
I cannot say with 100% certainty, but I know many people use 480p calibration DVD's to calibrate their 1080p sets, so this is the same idea using this 1080p calibration disc on a 4K set. In a perfect world you would want a 4K disc, but I imagine this would work out just fine.
At any rate for the... Read More
May 6, 2014 by Timothy F. Lose | See all 4 posts
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