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I had my BenQ PE8720 calibrated by a Pro, it made a huge difference.

When I upgraded to JVC HD550 the picture out of the box was perfectly acceptable.

I own CalMan software and a calibrated colorimeter. Complete waste of time and money. Just get a Pro to do it.

hi mate, who did you call for the calibration? how much was it? i was thinking of calling someone to calibrate mine properly. cheers

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Just now, Satanica said:

I didn't find one :(

Where are you?  

 

The page used be by country and then would list every ISF dealer in Australia.  It seems the page now finds locals using an IP address.  

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2 minutes ago, CAVX said:

Where are you?  

 

The page used be by country and then would list every ISF dealer in Australia.  It seems the page now finds locals using an IP address.  

Darwin.

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Just now, Satanica said:

Darwin.

Yeah wow, I don't think there is anyone up  that way and a long way to go for a single calibration job.  

TV or projector?

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8 minutes ago, CAVX said:

Yeah wow, I don't think there is anyone up  that way and a long way to go for a single calibration job.  

TV or projector?

Yeah, I've got a JVC X7000. I've done the JVC Auto-Cal but I'm not kidding myself that it couldn't be improved upon with a proper manual one.

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I have advised other to DIY calibration, but  it seems too scary a thought to actually do it for most.

Funds spent proportional to gear is the major factor.

 

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On 15/09/2017 at 9:10 AM, Satanica said:

Yeah, I've got a JVC X7000. I've done the JVC Auto-Cal but I'm not kidding myself that it couldn't be improved upon with a proper manual one.

If I can get at least one more job up in Darwin lined up, I might just have to jump on a plane.  A friend in Darwin just bought himself and Panna OLED TV and really wants it calibrated.  

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Anybody else tried using the 10,000 nit test pattern from the Diversified Video Solutions UHD/HDR-10 Test disc?

http://diversifiedvideosolutions.com/dvs_uhdhdr-10.html

 

I've tried it twice now, [I have it as MP4 files on a USB Flash drive] and both times when it's been plugged into my Panasonic UB4000 disc player, it's played for a few moments, then the disc player and Panasonic TV have both decided to reset / shut down, in a sort of mutual self preservation mode.

 

It's the Disc player that craps itself first.

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@dreamz well considering your in Melbourne, call mike from Avical (google it) he’s coming up to Canberra on Friday to do 3 tv’s at my place, nice guy and does good work. 

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