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Running in settings for 42PHD6

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Northmoorblue, Jul 10, 2004.

  1. Northmoorblue

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    Anyone got a list of desired setting to be used while running in my new panny 42PHD6.

    I have searched but only come up with people saying the settings should be low for the first 200 hours, but without any real figures / options.

    Grateful for any help from panny owners, or others if general figures for settings apply to all plasmas? :lease:

    Cheers

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    Can anyone out there in AV land take the time to give me a few hints at least which would be helpful, or am I being a bit boring with my request? :boring:

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    knock the contrast and brightness down a bit

    around -10 for both i had mine set at.

    but whatever is best for you, factory settings are usally very hot mine was set to +20 :eek: :eek:
     
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    jmack

    Thanks for the tip.

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    have a look on avsforums for the subject 'steaming rat' that will help you, even without the aid of a special calibration disc to set your plasma to good and still detailed and accurate settings, most liekly you will find that picture and brightness will go down below the zero level. and the lower they are the better for your plasma..

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