Bang and Olufsen Bull?
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I just popped into a local Bang and Olufsen dealer to see if they would be interested in my calibration services and was met with what sounded to me like a whole load of bull. For a start they told me that all their TVs were great out of the box and didn’t need calibration. Then they had a £16,000 TV there (!) which I was told was great because it had all sorts of processing in it which constantly monitored the room conditions so if it was bright in the room the TV went brighter and vice versa. Anyway I got the message that they weren’t interested because they didn’t want to admit that their ultra expensive gear might need someone like me to make them accurate. Checking on the B&O website however I see that the £16k TV I was looking at has a built in calibration feature where a “robotic camera arm” swings out and it runs various patterns to calibrate itself after every 100 hours. Take a look here. What do you think?
In any case I’m not waiting up for their phone call!
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