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The Disney WOW World of Wonder Disc is a definitive "how to" guide for in-home High Definition (HD) optimization of home entertainment systems featuring the help of classic Disney character GOOFY and including HD demonstration clips from popular Disney titles including Toy Story, Up, Bolt and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. The easy to follow on-screen guide is designed to help consumers get the best quality experience from their home theater systems by providing everyone from beginners and enthusiasts to experts and custom installers alike with valuable high quality calibration tools.
Until now, do-it-yourself home theater enthusiasts only had two viable options when calibrating their HD-equipped systems: Digital Video Essentials HD Basics and Spears & Munsil High-Definition Benchmark, both of which suffer from a number of shortcomings and limitations (particularly for those trying to fine-tune an LCD, Plasma or LED display). Enter Disney, a somewhat surprising (and welcome) new player on the calibration stage. WOW: World of Wonder not only sets the bar for calibration suites available in high definition, it provides an as-yet-unrivaled home-video education on the nuances of properly calibrated audio and video gear, offers an extensive collection of smartly conceived tests and tools, and delivers it all via a helpful, user-friendly experience designed with a variety of users in mind. --Blu-ray Forum
All home theaters should have a disc like this. WOW is a tutorial disc that helps you to set up your HD system to its maximum potential. It helps you calibrate the sound and the picture, and does so with easy step-by-step guides. --Best Blu-ray Movies, Yahoo News
Kudos to Disney, Using a combination of the beginner and advanced calibration tools, I dialed in the Samsung TV to some accurate, eye-popping levels, Disney's WOW disc is great for installers and home theater enthusiasts. The disc produced some stunning results. --Robert Archer, CE Pro
Bought this to help setup our .new HD TV on the recommendations found online. Meh. Think I could have done the same thing with any high quality blu ray.Published 1 day ago by Cal Naughton Jr.
Good for a basic setup but cant do advanced setup very well without equipmentPublished 5 days ago by Reader
Although not quite up to professional calibration disc standards, for the everyday consumer this is an easy to use powerful tool!Published 12 days ago by Tom Ward
Works really well... Big difference in quality. The instructions could be better written...Published 12 days ago by Mark
if you have a new big screen, and a blu ray player. this is a must have. yes your new TV looks good, but this disk will make it POP. Read morePublished 13 days ago by cali-dude
Totally made my new Plasma TV experience a joy. Using this and settings I found in an online group, everyone says that all channels look like HD. Pretty easy to use.Published 19 days ago by J. Conrad
I recommend anyone with a high def flat screen TV. We never realized that the factory settings does not give you the best possible picture. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Vicki M
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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 4 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 5 posts
|This is an amazing and powerful tool for calibrating your blue ray and...||Be the first to reply|