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Originally Posted by 34HFX83 View Post
This may sound dumb, but what should I use to detect persistent IR and dead pixels?

What do you use for IR and dead/stuck pixels?
There's no fast tool that I know of other than the ole Oculon Mark One!! Your eyeball should suffice for that.

Someone might be able to recommend some break-in slides that you could load up on an USB stick. The slides usually have monochromatic slides that rotate in playback on the display. Usually people use them for doing a fast and dirty break-in of a TV, but in this case, I don't see why it couldn't work for you. Instead of watching content on the screen and searching for the needle in a haystack, you would use these monochrome slides to ease the process of finding any dead pixels.

I'm not sure where the best places are to find break-in slide files.

Maybe the AVS brain trust might know.

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