Display Calibration Guide Vol 2 HDR

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“Display Calibration is a skill every Home Cinema enthusiast should have! However, the guides out in the wild aren’t necessarily the easiest to get to grips with – or provide all the permutations of calibration options in one place. The Simple Home Cinema Display Calibration Guide – is here to fill that space for SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) Calibration while Volume 2 is to fill the space for HDR (High Dynamic Range) calibration. Please note that following this guide requires the use of an HCFR-supported colorimeter or spectrophotometer.

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