TX -P37x10B recommended initial settings???

Jboy

Standard Member
just taken delivery of above tv and about to set it up.. I read somewhere on here that I should ideally use certain settings initially (to guard against screen burn and 'running in' of set etc). But now cant find them?!?!? Can someone point me in the right direction please.. many thanks!
 

Jay

Banned
just taken delivery of above tv and about to set it up.. I read somewhere on here that I should ideally use certain settings initially (to guard against screen burn and 'running in' of set etc). But now cant find them?!?!? Can someone point me in the right direction please.. many thanks!

The general rule is to lower contrast and brightness, put it into cinema and warm and avoid leaving static images on the screen for the first few hundered hours.
 

mikimausis

Active Member
cinema+warm colors and youre ok. sharpening at your own taste(i lower it 2-3 stops).

for daily viewing i set eco on, powersave on. for night HD movietime eco off.
if still no blacks, turn off the light in room :)

mine looked green on SD at beginning also(green SD was reported on few reviews also), but with time it got better. HD was super from first minute

edit: ive never seen any IR on my p50x10
 

Jim Di Griz

Distinguished Member
just taken delivery of above tv and about to set it up.. I read somewhere on here that I should ideally use certain settings initially (to guard against screen burn and 'running in' of set etc). But now cant find them?!?!? Can someone point me in the right direction please.. many thanks!

Brightness <50%
Contrast <50%
Sharpness <50% (mine is 20% - thats all you need imo)
Temp - Warm
Cinema or Normal mode (NOT dynamic!)

Stay off channels with fixed boxes or text (Sky sports news / news 24 etc) for hours at a time. Basically - dont leave them on all day. I wouldnt play any video games at all for a while as there is bound to be some parts of the screen that are 'fixed' and dont change.

Do all this for the first month/6 weeks to be safe. Thats what im doing anyway on my 50" G10 (3 weeks in so far). :)
 
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