I have a question that dissapeared during the weekend. It's a question for D-Nice or some other knowledgeable guy, and it's a theoretic question about the break-in procedure.
1. How come the recommended break-in settings have changed over time? Do you have several sets which you break in with different settings, then after X hours compare the results and how accurate they are when putting in reference settings?
Several people have in this thread asked something like "oh, I used your old break-in recommendations have I know screwed something up". The answer is always No, no worries.
But how do you then get to the point where you change the recommended break-in settings with roughly AV Standard and color +15 to AV Sport and color +20 for example? Is the latter better? Something have made you change the recommendations, right?
I guess why alot of people ask is because alot of people follow the recommendations and then the recommendations change, of course you start to wonder if you could have (in theory at least) a better display by using the newer recommendations from the start.
2. Second question, following a break-in procedure is there any theoretic chance it could be bad for a display? I don't mean putting in the "extreme settings" and then leave a static picture on ruining it yourself but I mean if you follow it and it works as it should, any more chances of stuck pixels or something like that compared to normal viewing (with faster moving pictures and pixels)?