The Nuts and Bolts
ISF Video Calibration
Step 1: Document a pre calibration diagnostics on the system.
Step 2: Make required adjustments to the system to prepare it for a detailed calibration.
Step 3: Calibrate the TV or projector to both Imaging Science Foundation www.imagingscience.com and UHDTV industry video display standards.
Step 4: Calibrate the surround sound system to THX, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital surround sound standards.
Step 5: Provide a pre and post-calibrated diagnostics report.
Often Should I Calibrate My TV?
To continue to enjoy the benefits of a calibrated display it is recommended that the display be rechecked once a year after the initial calibration. Electronics component tolerances do shift over time and the annual check up will determine if the display is still performing to its optimum.
Surround Sound Calibration
The Standard Surround Sound System Calibration includes the following:
Initial interview with regard to the acoustical status of the space. The benefits of calibrating the equipment within the space will only be maximized when within reason the rooms audio destructive elements are eliminated.
When the room acoustical issues mentioned above are achieved the following audio calibration will include,
Surround Sound Processor Menu Setup
Input Source Setup
System Absolute Phase Check (see note below)
System SPL Settings
Bass Management Setup
Setup and Playback Tests Using Reference Instrumentation and Reference Stereo and Surround Sound Recordings
This service does not include the installation or re installation of speakers in cabinets and or walls.
Checking System For Absolute Phase. If system absolute phase is found to be incorrect the client will be informed prior to any adjustments being made to the system.