Samsung QLED TVs Become CalMAN ready With HDR Calibration

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. ivymike10mt

    ivymike10mt Master Guru

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    Its very good idea.
    But better if manufactures start do it on the production line. Lol.
    That can be fully automated process on line.. its possible , but ppl get foolished thinking.. they need professionall service.
    When 99% TV and monitors out of box have a screwed, picture presets :(
     
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    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    people blasted QLED brightness being lower than KS LED line
     
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    Have you ever had a set calibrated? Trust me its worth it. I've sat through 4 of my tv's over the years being calibrated(rear projecton, LED and 2 OLED's). Out of the box these sets are off. Once he was done dialing them in to proper settings. Will the average consumer notice? Probably not. The audio/videophile most definitely will.
     

  5. ivymike10mt

    ivymike10mt Master Guru

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    Yep.. have calibrated my Panasonic, and i like it.
    But my point is.. that for a profesional service we need pay some extra money. When producer can put one more extra device on the end of line. To make (atleast) one proper preset :3eyes:
     
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    JamesSneed Maha Guru

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    Agree

    Today you can buy properly factory calibrated monitors and I do own one. Having that option for TV's would be nice even if there was a higher cost it certainly would reduce the hassle.
     

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