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RE: The ultimate shoot out?

Thanks for that,the whole 2.2 ,2.4 thing is a biggie!

does your current equipment limit what you can do? If you threw a LOT of cash into equipment could you go deeper if that makes sense.

your father has the ZT? What gamma did you give him?

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RE: The ultimate shoot out?

theflyingwasp wrote:

Thanks for that,the whole 2.2 ,2.4 thing is a biggie!

does your current equipment limit what you can do? If you threw a LOT of cash into equipment could you go deeper if that makes sense.

your father has the ZT? What gamma did you give him?

I dont think so - maybe the options used would be slightly different with a better metre, however i can live with that. More about the process and getting to know the panel

 

I calibrated my.Dads ZT exactly the.same bt1886 - however it needs doing again my metre wasnt 100% i have had it replaced why i have a brand new one.

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RE: The ultimate shoot out?

... looks like we might someday get a Panasonic 4 K OLED TV fitted with LG's next generation >55'  OLED panel ... Smile

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-06-10/lg-display-said-in-talks-to-supply-tv-panels-to-panasonic.html

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