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Old 12-17-07, 07:18 AM   #19
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Default Re: Got my TV Professionally Calibrated. WOW!

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Originally Posted by npras42
lol. Considering the sharpnes on my TV goes from 0 to 20 there is something amiss there.

EDIT: 0 to 30 sorry, I just checked.
Sony TV? Thats odd, the older ones generally didn't have numbers on the scale IIRC (and you had to figure out 35% by the # of notches), while the newer ones are 0-100.

The new Toshiba REGZA models also blur the image under a certain number, like 45 i think. Its not the same as it used to be where 0 = no edge enhancement. You need to use something like DVE test pattern to see where the cutoff is.
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