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post #12901 of 12909 Old 09-13-2014, 06:48 PM
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Hi which one is much better blacks the TC-P50GT50 or P50ST60? Thanks. Just wana ask u guys before i pull the trigger.
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Thanks, I just reset it to this from your post; overscan was on and H size was 1. Set to overscan off and H size to 1. We'll see when the ND PU game comes on (BoilerUp).
Still have some images off the screen; must mean Comcast is sending out a picture that is too big?
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Hi which one is much better blacks the TC-P50GT50 or P50ST60? Thanks. Just wana ask u guys before i pull the trigger.
Had the TC-P60GT50 & now have the P60ST60. The ST 60 is a litter deeper (black level) & the ST60 also has less noise in images that are noisy.

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Hi which one is much better blacks the TC-P50GT50 or P50ST60? Thanks. Just wana ask u guys before i pull the trigger.
I have one of each of these models and the ST60 has better blacks, is much crisper and more detailed, and a smoother image. The ST60 is better in every picture quality category.

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This TV is an oven! Stand one feet close to the screen and you can feel the intense heat. I'm actually living in the middle of a heat wave right now, and this TV burns hot enough to burn my hand if I touch it in the back.
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This TV is an oven! Stand one feet close to the screen and you can feel the intense heat. I'm actually living in the middle of a heat wave right now, and this TV burns hot enough to burn my hand if I touch it in the back.
That sounds strange. My P60ST60 is warm to the touch in back, but not that hot. I had heard plasma TVs give off a lot of heat, but when I hold my hand above the vents along the top edge of the back, it gives off much less heat than I expected....and that is after several hours of viewing.
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If it burns your hand, something is wrong. Short circuit or something...

i mean, look at this:

http://www.antiscald.com/prevention/...info/table.php

130-140 degrees for a 2-17 second exposure to cause a 2nd degree burn.

You're telling us your TV case is heated up to around 120-140 degrees? I dont think so...

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This TV is an oven! Stand one feet close to the screen and you can feel the intense heat. I'm actually living in the middle of a heat wave right now, and this TV burns hot enough to burn my hand if I touch it in the back.
Did you use ice water or butter to treat your burns? If you're not exaggerating, then you shouldn't be turning on your set until you've had a service call.

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This TV is an oven! Stand one feet close to the screen and you can feel the intense heat. I'm actually living in the middle of a heat wave right now, and this TV burns hot enough to burn my hand if I touch it in the back.
Heat output is directly related to contrast level. Higher contrast more heat, lower contrast less heat.
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