Originally Posted by grif32
I own the 60ST30 my 4th Panny Plasma and I have NEVER done the break in period on any of them. I have gamed day one on them without issue for countless hours. I have watched sports from day one without issue!
Also the break in DOES NOT prevent IR or Burn in so to me why do it?? My PQ looks stunning on all my 4 sets.
But I believe it's just 100 hours of slides then apply D-nice's setting and you should be all set.
IMHO when I buy a TV I want to watch it, game on it etc. Not wait 100 hours before doing anything. But that's just me!!
Congrats on the new TV. You will enjoy it!!
Any static imagery for the first couple 100 hours? Or anything related to that, you calibrated yet?
I'm glad to hear that though, I may watch an hour or two HD movies on netflix, just so I cab see what it looks like prior to calibration. Just because the pre-paneling basically presets everything.
Well it gives you a higher chance of less burn in. And also if you wanted to calibrate it you would. You have all 4 sets calibrated?
And yes 100 hours for pre-paneling with Dnices settings but break in period is 150-200 hours. And Dnices settings are a refernce due to ambient lighting being different and PQ on tv models can vary, just like phones with their motherboards, also it also generally weighs heavily on your eyes and how you see things. But thanks.
Yeag, I do too but I'm willing to wait a couple more if it provides more optimized PQ, hell I waited 15 or so years to purchase a tv... Than again, I just got a job recently bout a year and a half back.
Haha, thanks. I'm sure I will. I can't wait to watch HD anime and play Heavy Rain on it, and let's not forget Final Fantasy too... It must look damn, sexy in 1080p