Televisions can be calibrated in a similar way to monitors to give a
more accurate, true to life colour. If you already have a monitor
calibrator then you may already have most of what you need to calibrate
your TV. It is an excellent way of squeezing more value out of something
you already own.
There are also a number of after-market software packages, almost of all of which are compatible with the i1Display Pro.
Essentially it works like this:
Purchase a software package & a calibration video that is compatible with your current monitor calibrator
Plug your calibrator into a computer near your TV (a laptop is perfect).
The software then guides you through taking measurements of your
TV, and gives instructions on the necessary adjustments you need to make
to bring your screen toward accurate display.
You can find much more advanced information on this web forum - AVS Forum
The 'sticky' threads at the top are the most useful part. As you'll
see it can get quite complex if you want it to, but the basic ideas and
processes are pretty simple.
I have received the scans and they really are fantastic. I appreciate the method you use in scanning to maintain as much detail as possible. I will have round two ready to send up in a couple of weeks.