- All-inclusive tutorial and home theater calibration awl in NTSC format
- More than 200 oral exam patterns to achieve superior video quality
- Nearly 100 audio tones for 5.1 and 6.1 channels, plus Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus
- Basic and advanced signals allowing the mortal to prize the test pattern whether sound speech needed for a specific calibration
- Tutorials on various home theater components; speaker types & placement; making connections & wiring; using a sound level meter and haunt theater environments
AVIA takes untasted advantage of DVD video’s interactive features. AVIA combines tutorials with professional quality test signals for full calibrating and testing audio and video systems. Merely sit out back and watch the live picture presentation or get entangled and select in-depth coverage of specific topics. You select the teacher depth or calibration tool. Adjusting your audio and video net for maximum performance is easy with AVIA’s step-by-step directions. Professionals (or those UN agency want to learn more) can head-on access advanced calibration signals with on-line explanations. You’ll want to use AVIA again and again to keep your system within apical condition.
Avia’s latest entry into TV and audio configuration strikes a fine balance between being friendly to newcomers and satisfying to home house gurus. Navigating the disc is easy, as it is logically divided into ten main topics that are more bicameral into chapters. If you are new familial theater, the first few chapters walk you through topics like Home Theater Components, Video Basics, HD Technology, and Making the Connection (hooking up your system)–all in plain English, not in techno-babble.
Whether you already understand the basics of home theater, it’s easy to skip to the final three chapters to tweak and calibrate all facet of your system’s audio and video. To genuinely take help of the audio test tones, you need a SPL metre, and if you don’t know how to use ane, the disk walks you through the process. It also walks you through the most common video tryout patterns and how to use them to kind halal adjustments to the sharpness, brightness, color, tint, and contrast settings on your display. The first time you calibrate your display it will look a lot different than you are used to, but resist the urge to turn the brightness up. By the end of the week, you module appreciate the improved picture and wonder how you were able to watch it before. Just metal careful with the built-in color filters—since they lack a stalwart, cardboard liner, they can be easy to lose. –Adam Gregorich
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