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Disney WOW: World of Wonder Home Theater/HDTV Calibration (Blu-ray) EXPIRED

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Promoted 12-29-2013 at 07:26 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Disney WOW: World of Wonder Home Theater/HDTV Calibration (Blu-ray) for $18.49. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks TheWorstLifter

Note, item is temporarily out of stock, but you may still order and it will ship when available.

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Amazon.com has Disney WOW: World of Wonder Home Theater/HDTV Calibration (DVD) for $9.99. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $35 or more.

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Edited December 29, 2013 at 09:11 AM by BostonGirl
Amazon - Disney WOW: World of Wonder
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...UTF8&psc=1

Amazon has one of the best calibration Blu-Ray disks for 18.49$. (-30% off)
According to 3 camel, this is the lowest price ever.
Free shipping with Prime.

Also the DVD version is on sale:
Price: 9.99$ (-67% off)
http://www.amazon.com/Disney-WOW-...vd_title_0

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Last Edited by Zanthexter December 29, 2013 at 06:16 PM
Also here: http://www.familyvideo.com/catalo..._id=354979

for $17.99 + $1.99 shipping no tax for most. Great deal if you are in Washington where Amazon charges tax, plus you don't need to meet the Amazon $35 shipping.

More info for folks with questions: Reviewed: Blu-ray setup discs for your HDTV [cnet.com]

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#4
Thanks. Got the BD. Repped
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#5
I bought this blu ray a while ago and have done several tv's with it. I have found it makes the biggest improvement on off brand tv's.
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Thanks
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#7
Thanks a lot!
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#8
Thanks. In for one. Worth the $23 w/ shipping.
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#9
Many of the more recent Disney Blu rays have a calibration setting in their menu. I used it to tweak DNice's recommended settings on our Panny 65VT60 for gray scale.

Unfortunately no one setting is perfect for all sources. Better sets can save settings depending on your input method, but I still change picture modes depending on content (sports, movies, non HD).

Definitely a good buy for those who want to go beyond the standard pic modes. And for dogs sake, don't watch tv in vivid "torch" mode.
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#10
Is this better or worse than 'digital video essentials: hd basics'?

I already own hd basics, and was wondering if this would be worth it.
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#11
Thanks. Worth it at this price, but not at regular price.
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Quote from Buckeyefan 1 View Post :
Many of the more recent Disney Blu rays have a calibration setting in their menu. I used it to tweak DNice's recommended settings on our Panny 65VT60 for gray scale.

Unfortunately no one setting is perfect for all sources. Better sets can save settings depending on your input method, but I still change picture modes depending on content (sports, movies, non HD).

Definitely a good buy for those who want to go beyond the standard pic modes. And for dogs sake, don't watch tv in vivid "torch" mode.
torch!! I used to think , the brighter the better. ahh, so stupid.
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#13
can this use to calibrate a projector?
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Quote from EliJo View Post :
can this use to calibrate a projector?

The short answer is yes, it can be used to calibrate any monitor type device as it is just test patterns.

But what I can't answer is how good it is at calibrating your devices. Which is why I asked my original question. How does it compare to DVE: HD Basics?
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#15
Does the blu ray work much better over the DVD? I've been wanting to get one of these but not sure much about them.
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