Originally Posted by tomeda
I own PANASONIC TX-P42UT50E, in your ТVs, picture settings include higher levels than my, for example my contrast is up to 60.
Originally Posted by chunon
The european models have different menus, picture options and different controls.
What exactly is the point of this, aside from confusing the hell out of people. Honestly, what a stupid thing to do... Why can't they just use the same damned settings globally?
I have the NZ model, and it looks like it's almost identical to the EU model ('Overscan' On/Off instead of HDMI size and Pixel Orbiter On/Auto with no Off setting etc.).
Waiting for someone to calibrate an EU model so I can try the results.
We have two UT50 threads for some reason. At the moment all it's doing is scattering info. Would have made more sense if one was centered around the US style UT50 and the other around the EU type.
Originally Posted by thedtd1987
can anyone help me find the settings you're supposed to use to break in the 50u50?
I just play PC games with any static HUD or crosshair elements removed. It's safe, because I'm there 100% of the time. No chance of a disk hanging etc. Fit's full screen cleanly.
The people who run slides, I don't understand the point. There have been cases of slide playback halting (even off USB), so there is always the risk of having a "can't play" message retained in the screen. If you want some kind of unattended break-in, why not just leave 'Scrolling Bar' running. I doubt that will ever stop unexpectedly, and surely black/white cycles are the best break in? All sub pixels are cycled on and off equally. What's the point of coloured slides?