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Disney's calibration disc is very user friendly and easy to use.
One of the thing that made it easy to use is the explanation on what the test does, how to use it and you can go do the test once you understand what you're doing.
Great color, details and overall picture quality with a few adjustments being made while using the tools on this disc.
Such an easy tool to use! I have used it for both of my TV's as well as friend's TV's. I know there are other really advanced calibration options out there, but for the money and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chet E Waggoner
I used this on a 65" Vizio, and an Optoma projector.
I don't think it did that much to improve the picture on either
I put this into my player and did all the adjustments. Everything looked flawless. However when I switched it back to T.V. I lost all the settings that I worked so hard to get. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Fearless Warrior
I have to say my TV was pretty close, however there were a few things, such as the standard stretch setting, which affects so much, that I corrected and made a big difference, as... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Chuck
Excellent. Easy to use and really improves TV. I've always paid for calibration but I thought I'd give this a shot. Made new 60" TV look great. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Randy
impossible to use unless your an engineer. gives you test patterns, but doesn't tell you at all what to adjust for things. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jakedog
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|whats the difference between the one disc and two discs version?||
From David N.'s review "The second disc on the blu-ray called Visions: Inspired By Nature is a stunning HD demo reel. There are scenes of waterfalls, an ocean sunset, flower fields, desert vistas, mountain vistas, a fireplace scene, plus more. You can play each individual scene or run a... Read More
Dec 26, 2012 by Amuro | See all 2 posts
|Disney WOW -- 2010 vs 2012?||
There is no difference in the calibration disc itself. The 2012 release simply removed the extra disc "Visions" that was included in the 2010 packaging.
May 2, 2014 by rsdk | See all 2 posts
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