Digital Video Essentials: Optimize Your Home Entertainment System

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The year was 1997, and the disc for videophiles was Video Essentials, the ultimate home theater calibration tool of its time. Having sold over 300,000 copies in just the first few years of DVD infancy, it was time to develop the next generation. Now comes Digital Video Essentials, the most advanced program for calibrating today’s televisions, including high definition, plasma, and other state-of-the-art screens and home theater systems. Created by Joe Kane and featuring the… More >>

Digital Video Essentials: Optimize Your Home Entertainment System

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5 Comments
  1. I bought this DVE when it first came out. Calibrated my Panny PT-53WX53 TV many times with this DVE (I used “Monster Inc.” movie to calibrate my TV when I first bought the TV a month ago…). The calibrated result with this DVE? Very minimum difference noticed from a Monster Inc-calibrated TV. I meant “minimum” difference. If I had a chance, I would not buy this DVD and rather use that money to buy some decent movie DVD. My advice: Use Monster Inc DVD to calibrate your TV and save some money!
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. I found your service and delivery time excellent.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. …what good picture and sound were until I tuned up my system with this terrific product. Why didn’t someone think of this sooner. I also experienced similar results in my intimate personal life with the system called “New Sex Now” dvd.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This talks so much about calibration. But when I started testing, all my current settings were already matching them. I cannot beleive that I did not get ANY improvement in the picture after using this tool. This is just a waste of money for me.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. I bought the first Essentials disk and had very little trouble with it. I had an older JVC 32″ and using the disk helped a lot. Now, I live with a plasma and 2 LCDs, all HD. After reading these reviews, I think the settings I am using currently are just fine (I’ve done some minor tweaking). Thanks for the heads up folks!
    Rating: 1 / 5

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