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  1. To be honest, this is why I became a calibrator. I had been playing with test patterns since Joe Kane Video Essential in laser disc and had moved on to DVD and BD and now UHD. I applaud anyone wanting to learn this stuff and whilst a TV is fairly stable, lamps in projectots do change (less with age). So having both the tools and the skill set is a good thing because you can recheck everything when ever you want. A new xrite display pro is a couple of hundred dollars. Look after it, and it will last you years. These can be referenced agsinst a spectrometer, but
  2. Seeing as how the last version of this became lost, here is a revised version. Enjoy! Basic Audio Calibration. This document was originally written by myself (Mark Techer) in 2000 as a part of a larger work titled “Understanding Surround Sound – 5.1 and Beyond”. That work was later broken into smaller parts and accepted by CEDIA in 2004. I had posted the original work on DTV Forums Australia in 2006. Even though it was “pinned” to the top of the page, it seems to have been lost in the transition to Stereo-Net. I have therefore re-written and updated this work and am mak
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