How's your tv calibrated?

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  1. Katatonia

    Katatonia Hellbound Heart

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    Leave any Motion Control processing OFF. Make sure you stay at 60Hz for natural viewing, or things will start looking "digital" and smooth like a video taped soap opera. The only time it can really be useful (rarely) is with watching high-speed sports, like Basketball when there's a ton of different motion on screen.
     
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  2. DVD-fanatic-9

    DVD-fanatic-9 And the Next Morning, When the Campers Woke Up...

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    I don't watch television programs anymore, except on DVD and streaming. So... I only really use a 4x3 set when I need the DVD Display feature. And occasionally to watch fullscreen shows on DVD. Otherwise, I stick everything in my PC. (Did I not make it clear how great Media Player Classic is? It fixed every single framing issue with Media Blasters' Bio Zombie disc.) Films, and TV, look much better and more natural on my computer's monitor. I've tried zoom features on widescreen screens and they never fix non-anamorphic discs, etc, to my satisfaction.
     

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