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What settings for Panasonic TH42PWD7??

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by is1111, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. is1111

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    hi can anyone with panasonic PW7 advise what the best settings are when screen is brand new.
    i assume no two screens are identical and also depends what you are feeding to it.
    any suggestions would be apprecaited.
    running sky thru js rgb to vga and dvd thru component board.
    cheers
     
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    matie, all you need to worry about is keeping it out of dynamic mode and not keeping any fixed images on there for ages...no need to have brightness or contrast too high either, IMO about 5 is fine.....you really would have to go some to damage these screens.
    Is everything set up now??...happy?
     
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    cheers mep. i was away for a week so just got it delivered today and am pretty tired after rejigging my living room and one of the bedrooms.have it kind of setup setup but now need to play around to get a few things right.
    will let you know how i get on later might even try and post a couple of pics in the plasma out for the lads post.
    cheers
     
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    good man!
     

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