We can tune up your Video or Audio System so that you can get the most out of it.
What is display calibration? Display calibration is the process of using a display’s setting controls to adjust the on-screen image so that it matches the original source content. This allows the calibrated display to accurately reproduce the colour and clarity of the video signals from any source device, be it a computer, digital signage player, cable/satellite box, or Blu-Ray player. Whether it is to optimize a TV display for the best image quality possible or to ensure that you are working on a properly profiled monitor, display calibration removes any doubt that the digital content you are viewing and/or creating is accurately represented on-screen.
Why calibrate a display? A fully calibrated display provides many benefits compared to an uncalibrated display with factory settings. These include:
Image Clarity & Full Details
Effective Digital Content Creation Workflow
Compensate for Changing Lighting Environment
Multi-Monitor Display Matching
Reduce Energy Consumption of up to 60%
Extend Display Life
Calibration improves the ability to have a more enjoyable viewing experience. Displays that provide a proper amount of brightness to deal with ambient light and glare are easy to read and have more natural colours for an overall more pleasant and engaging image. For content creators, having a calibrated display is a critical element in an effective digital workflow to ensure content colour consistency and prevent mistakes that can cost time and money. Displays also change colour as they age, but proper periodic calibration keeps them looking as good as the day they came out of the box. Calibration offers a clear set of benefits to provide the user(s) the best image quality possible from their display and experience content as the creator intended.
Why are displays not already calibrated? It is a common misconception that displays are already calibrated during production to look their best. In reality, manufacturers do not ship displays calibrated from the factory and most are far from optimized for office or home use. The majority are set to grab your attention in the retail environment. The primary goal for manufacturers is to sell their products and to do so they must stand out among the competition. For televisions and monitors, they must 'pop' for the consumer browsing, which usually means they are set to be the brightest and flashiest that they can be. Though this may look impressive in the glaring lights of the store, it is not the optimal way to watch television or view content on a PC.
In addition, the display’s viewing environment has a significant impact on what is seen on screen, so a display can only be properly calibrated once installed. Every different location where a display is to be installed has its own unique environment with different coloured walls, ceiling, floor and a spectrum of possible ambient lights. Each of these elements greatly affect how light is perceived by the user's eyes and the calibration adjustments needed to compensate. How a display is calibrated for a bright office will be very different from how it would be calibrated for a dark home theatre environment. This is why display calibration is not a 'one size fits all' process in which settings for one display will not always work for another, even if they are identical models