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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.
Not as easy as they say. They could have made it easier for dummiesPublished 9 hours ago by Demetrios Vekris
Highly recommend. Our Panasonic screen has never looked better. The movie AVATAR just jumps like never before.
It is as if we got a new television. Read more
Outstanding Configuration disc which is what I bought it for per professional recommendations online. Have yet to see the WOW content...Published 8 days ago by Andrew S
This is all right if you want to calibrate your DVD, but once your signal is not coming through your DVD the picture doesn't look the same.Published 9 days ago by One 2 x 8
This is a great calibration set. Works really well and helps to tune in your picture and sound. Could stand to have walk through instructions while doing the calibration. Read morePublished 11 days ago by anthony scott
I'm glad I only payed 9.00 didn't see much of a diffence I thought my original setting look better so I set it back to way I've had since I bought the TV basically I just wasted 2... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Katie
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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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|Does this have a screen burn-in prevention feature like Pixel Protector?||Be the first to reply|
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