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Al Griffin Posted: Dec 31, 1988 0 comments

Color temperature (Cinema mode, Low color temperature before/Cinema mode, Custom color temperature after calibration): 20 IRE: 7,119 / 5,818 K 30 IRE: 7,329 / 6,353 K 40 IRE: 7,526 / 6,449 K 50 IRE: 7,159 / 6,485 K 60 IRE: 7,067 / 6,634 K 70 IRE: 7,028 / 6,618 K 80 IRE: 6,954 / 6,552 K 90 IRE: 6,874 / 6,554 K 100 IRE: 6,875 / 6,534 K Brightness<

Al Griffin Posted: Jan 01, 2007 0 comments

Color temperature (User mode, Low color temperature before/User mode, User color temperature after calibration): 20 IRE: 6,757/6,420 K 30 IRE: 6,643/6,601 K 40 IRE: 6,621/6,417 K 50 IRE: 6,501/6,588 K 60 IRE: 6,338/6,617 K 70 IRE: 6,518/6,573 K 80 IRE: 6,601/6,412 K 90 IRE: 6,427/6,553 K 100 IRE: 6,278/6,492 K Brightness (100-IRE window before/after calibration

Al Griffin Posted: Oct 03, 1988 0 comments

Color temperature (Pro 2 Mode/Warm Color Temperature before/after calibration): 20 IRE: 7,785 / 7,547 K 30 IRE: 7,183 / 6,731 K 40 IRE: 6,712 / 6,227 K 50 IRE: 6,894 / 6,359 K 60 IRE: 6,973 / 6,545 K 70 IRE: 6,926 / 6,676 K 80 IRE: 6,894 / 6,598 K 90 IRE: 6,635 / 6,111 K 100 IRE: 6,654 / 6,275 K Brightness (100-IRE window): 35.3 / 35.7 ftL

Al Griffin Posted: Sep 03, 2006 0 comments

Color temperature (User preset/Warm Color Temp before calibration / User preset/Normal Color Temp after calibration): Low window (30 IRE): 6,171/6,745 K High window (80 IRE): 8,044/6,514 K Brightness (100-IRE window before/after calibration): 58.4.6/47.5 ftL

Al Griffin Posted: May 11, 2006 0 comments

Color temperature (User mode before/after calibration): Low window (20-IRE): 6,220/6,425 K High window (80-IRE): 6,472/6,517 K Brightness (100-IRE window before/after calibration): 48.7/37.5 ftL

Al Griffin Posted: Dec 04, 2006 0 comments

Color temperature (Movie preset before/Custom preset after): 20 IRE: 9,412 K/5,667 K 30 IRE: 9,477 K/6,333 K 40 IRE: 9,804 K/6,518 K 50 IRE: 9,970 K/6,403 K 60 IRE: 10,042 K/6,421 K 70 IRE: 10,068 K/6,577 K 80 IRE: 10,102 K/6,558 K 90 IRE: 10,139 K/6,605 K 100 IRE: 10,193 K/6,657 K Brightness (100-IRE window before/after): 46.3/33.6 ftL

Al Griffin Posted: Jun 04, 2006 0 comments

Color temperature (Color 1 preset before/after calibration): Low window (30 IRE): 7,438/6,758 K High window (80 IRE): 6,833/6,355 K Brightness (100-IRE window before/after calibration): 61.1/40.4 ftL

Al Griffin Posted: Jan 26, 2011 0 comments

The writer F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said there are no second acts in American lives. But what about third acts? Speaker impresario Sandy Gross is a cofounder of two of the best-known companies in the home theater/audio biz: Polk Audio and Definitive Technology.

Al Griffin Posted: Jul 13, 2011 0 comments

At 3D theaters, you’re handed lightweight passive glasses that work in tandem with a polarizing filter positioned over the projector’s lens. When viewing at home with a 3D TV, you use bulky, battery-powered glasses with active shutter liquid-crystal lenses. Passive glasses in theaters are cheap and easily replaced. But at an average cost of $100 per pair, glasses used at home represent a sizable investment. Better to put them in a safe place — and keep ’em away from kids!

Al Griffin Posted: Sep 16, 2010 0 comments

For some, 3D TV’s arrival came on a bit too suddenly. Avatar was still lighting up theater screens when the first 3D sets checked in to tempt us with the promise of stereoscopic golf tournaments — as if that alone was reason enough to buy a new TV. But while it’s easy to dismiss the whole matter as a marketing-driven phenomenon, even the most cynical consumer would be foolish to not at least consider the possibility that they might one day want to watch things in 3D.

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