One thing that could be potentially irksome...

#1KoffSyrupPosted 11/10/2012 10:11:23 PM
The difference between the images on the gamepad and your tv. Not just in terms of quality but they likely will not match in terms of contrast etc. Inb4 not a big deal, get a life, troll etc. It's not a huge issue and theres not really any way around it but it could nevertheless prove bothersome.
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#2blue_hedgehogPosted 11/10/2012 10:15:56 PM
Change the contrast on your TV?
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#3KoffSyrup(Topic Creator)Posted 11/10/2012 10:16:43 PM
blue_hedgehog posted...
Change the contrast on your TV?


I paid 750 dollars to have it calibrated.I'm not changing it, it would produce a worse image.
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#4overkillwfo1978Posted 11/10/2012 10:19:23 PM
KoffSyrup posted...
blue_hedgehog posted...
Change the contrast on your TV?


I paid 750 dollars to have it calibrated.I'm not changing it, it would produce a worse image.


O_O

pay me half that amount and I will match them up perfectly. How much do you charge to turn your tv volume down or change channels?
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#5KoffSyrup(Topic Creator)Posted 11/10/2012 10:22:39 PM
overkillwfo1978 posted...
KoffSyrup posted...
blue_hedgehog posted...
Change the contrast on your TV?


I paid 750 dollars to have it calibrated.I'm not changing it, it would produce a worse image.


O_O

pay me half that amount and I will match them up perfectly. How much do you charge to turn your tv volume down or change channels?


As usual, you're missing the point. I have the ideal settings on my TV.If I alter them it will result in an inferior image quality. And I don't pay anyone to change channels, but I coukd If I wanted too; I live in a mansion, have 6 different cars, plus close to 15 million in the bank. Sorry that you feel so bad about your position in life that you try to bully those more fortunate than yourself.
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#6Final Fantasy2389Posted 11/10/2012 10:29:31 PM
Lol this topic is surely telling all truths. Yup. Definitely.
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#7MotiJrPosted 11/10/2012 11:20:11 PM
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#8googlerPosted 11/10/2012 11:52:14 PM
I agree with your point, TC, in that a poor quality LCD that's backlit usually looks awful. While the image quality is decent, it still reminds me of a slightly improved GBA screen. The real question is how and why would you pay $750 for screen calibration, and how was it done? - since no two brands, or models for that matter share the same color output, backlighting, brightness, contrast, etc almost ever so where does the standard come from?, and even then it doesn't mean that everything will be uniform.
And why not just spend 15-30 minutes to do it yourself?
Sorry but you just opened the floodgates
#9Skul_Posted 11/11/2012 12:08:41 AM
Posting in a wierd topic.
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#10Fr33zPosted 11/11/2012 12:22:38 AM
Try one out before you judge. Playing Rayman Legends demo I really saw no difference between the TV and the Screen.