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Pioneer Burn in stettings!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by lofty29, Oct 4, 2005.

  1. lofty29

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    Hi,

    I am about to turn my Pio on for the very first time, and I don't want to balls things up by getting screen burn. :eek:

    What are the correct settings for running in the plasma for 200hrs?

    I also have a DVE dvd, should I run that before or after the the run in time.

    ANY ADVICE WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED :lease:

    Lofty :thumbsup:
     
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    Lofty - don't think you need to worry so much that you aren't willing to turn it on without knowing what to set it on.

    Until someone with a pio comes along and advises appropriately, I would suggest that you take contrast and brightness below the halfway setting.

    Enjoy your screen.
     
  3. lofty29

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    Cheers Phil :thumbsup:

    I will do that, nice one.

    Lofty :)
     
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    Yep I've set my contrast and brightness to '10' & '0' Respectively.

    Also I put it into Standard Wide Zoom Mode for watching any channels with logo's. The wife has been warned that QVC can only be watched on the LCD upstairs! :D

    Oh make sure it's not in Dynamic Mode.
     

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