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Issue #020 - What's new
20th February 2006

The Practical HT Guide Update  brings you the latest additions in a series of informative home theater design articles, unbiased system reviews, practical guidelines and free advice. If you like this e-zine, please do a friend and me a BIG favor and "pay it forward."

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Welcome to the February 2006 issue of
Practical HT Guide Update

You have followed a new system upgrade - everything is ready for the great show ...but is it really so?

I am sure that most home theater enthusiasts would do their utmost to get the very best in system performance out of their set-up.

Yet few realize that completing the system set-up process in line with the user manual is not enough. You can do a lot better and squeeze even more out of your cheap or expensive home theater configuration by going through a proper system calibration process.

The whole concept may sound a bit too complicated - even frightening for the non-techie. However, the truth is that this should not be the case - all you have to do is to make use of an appropriate home theater set-up DVD, (also referred to as calibration discs).

Mind you, calibration DVDs do not replace a professional - BUT there are many instances where a good quality calibration DVD would do a lot towards helping you achieve better picture and improved sound. And the good thing about set-up DVDs is that you do not need to be an AV engineer to use one of these calibration discs to optimize the on-screen controls for improved system performance.

If you would like to know more about set-up DVDs and available calibration discs, I suggest that you take a look at the following recent additions to our site:


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