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Old January 24th, 2009, 05:15 PM
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plasma tv calabration

ok so i have the new 50" plasma hooked up,its connected to a 7.1 channel reciever with 7 speakers and a sub , bell expressvu HD pvr , the TV is 1080p and the reciever upconverts to 1080p also,i also have a sony bluray player that upconverts to 1080p. so my question is , has anyone used a DVD calabration package to fine tune the picture...its great already but i know it can be improved , so should i get a guy to come here or get the DVD and do it myself?
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