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# 17728 9-Dec-2007 08:58
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Hi, I have a Pioneer-Koru-PDP-428xd and have asked quite a few obvious places, which thought would know about ISF,(B&B,Noel, LV,etc...), but have been clueless of what it is... for example, PIONEER NZ!

I bought my Pio back from UK, but the tech (very abrupt, rude and unhelpful) guy, said the don't have this feature on the NZ Models (PDP-428XG).
But, I looked at the PDF spec sheet from the Pio NZ site and it has the ISF Calibration Feature on there, so I figured, the TECH, was unaware of this feature or just plain lazy...geez thanks pioneer

anyway, I know there are other brands/models that can be ISF Calibrated, so does anyone know of a certified calibrator?


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  # 98992 9-Dec-2007 09:03
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Ask on Audioenz.. I have a feeling there was a guy on there that is certified.

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# 98993 9-Dec-2007 09:05
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thanks Netty


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  # 98994 9-Dec-2007 09:12
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Just incase, anyone looking at this and wondering what it is, heres what it says from Pioneer.

"The ISF C3 (Custom Calibration Configuration) feature allows your plasma panel to be optimised for your viewing environment. Via optional service, a trained professional can precisely calibrate your plasma panel with customised levels of contrast, tint, colour level and other parameters. 

Once calibration is completed, the ISF display modes are enabled and the settings are locked to eliminate any accidental changes.

Two settings are available to match your actual viewing conditions: one for bright daytime light conditions and one for evening situations when artificial lights are dimmed. All of the original display modes are still selectable and user adjustable with no effect on the ISF calibrated settings. ISF C3 is designed for professional picture perfect calibration."

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