I calibrate flat panels (LCD, LED LCD, Plasma, OLED) and digital projectors (DLP, LCOS, SXRD, LCD) and do not handle CRT projectors or displays, or DLP rear projectors. There are other calibrators with more experience on CRT displays and would be better equipped to handle those calibrations for end users. I work out of the Portland, OR area and work locally, though if you are reasonably close please feel free to contact me and I will see if a time and date can be worked out. I also can calibrate HDR and 3D modes if desired. Dolby Vision is currently a bit different and depends on the set, so please contact me and I can let you know if I can work on your display.
Calibration rates are currently:
$300 for SDR and HDR calibrations on a single input. Additional charges for separate Day/Night modes and Dolby Vision (if possible).
Travel – $1 per mile
A typical calibration will run for around 2-3 hours, and I want you to be present for it so you can understand the process, as well as any questions or concerns that might arise during the process. While I’ve previously charged an hourly rate, that has not worked as well and so a flat fee is what I charge now. Sometimes a calibration will take 75-90 minutes, sometimes it will take 3 hours, but the end results will be as good as I can tune the display. In cases where my calibration has seemed fine at the end but later on issues have arisen, I’m able to come back and correct those at little to no cost.
My calibration gear currently consists of an XRite i1Pro, Klein K-10A colorimeter, CalMan calibration software, and a Murideo SIX-G pattern generator.
If you are interested in a calibration, or have more questions about the process, please contact with the form below and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.