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Quite interesting. I've always thought that the calibrating discs like AVIA and DVE are a flawed system because the user is expected to figure out what the colours 'should" look like (i.e. they have no point of reference). Is something like this really worth the cash? How often do people find they need to re-calibrate their sets/monitors? Also how does the calibration time differ from using AVIA (I've had it for months and haven't had time to use it). Thanks.
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