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Colorvision STV100 Spyder TV Colormeter (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Scientifically measures contrast, brightness, color, tint, and color temperature presets on your TV
  • Helps you make adjustments to dramatically improve your picture quality
  • Easy to use, intuitive interface
  • Comprehensive help screens guide you through each step to achieve your desired color setting
  • Supports Plasma, RPTV, DLP, LCD and CRT TVs.
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The Datacolor SpyderTV colorimeter and software deliver an easy-to-use solution for optimizing any TV for a better viewing experience. SpyderTV scientifically measures contrast, brightness, color, tint, and color temperature presets on your TV and helps you make the necessary adjustments to dramatically improve your picture quality. SpyderTV supports Plasma, RPTV, DLP, LCD and CRT TVs.

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Make sure your TV produces the same bright, vibrant picture at home as it does in the store showroom with the Colorvision STV100 SpyderTV Colormeter, which takes the guesswork out of improving your TV picture. The easy-to-use SpyderTV colormeter and software scientifically measures contrast, brightness, color, tint, and color temperature presets on your TV and helps you make the necessary adjustments to dramatically improve your picture quality. It walks you through the entire optimization process with its intuitive interface. The comprehensive help screens guide you through each step to achieve your desired color setting. Unique before and after images allow you to quickly see improvements. It supports Plasma, RPTV, DLP, LCD and CRT TVs.

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SpyderTV Colormeter, DVD instructions, printed operating instructions

FAQ

Why do I need to calibrate my TV?

Right out of the box, your new TV is still set at the factory's default settings. Calibration can greatly improve performance. Your TV can only deliver maximum performance when it's calibrated to work perfectly with your video sources (such as cable and DVD) and with the room's lighting conditions. Color settings can drift over time, so calibration is recommended for older TVs as well.

What are the benefits of calibrating my TV?

The biggest change is a dramatic improvement in picture quality. Here are some of the improvements you should immediately see:

  • More accurate color values
  • More natural and lifelike skin tones
  • Maximized shadow and highlight detail
  • Visible improvement in cable and satellite programming, next generation DVDs, video games--as well as existing DVDs and home movies
  • Improved efficiency and extended TV lifespan


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