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I had my eye on the M Series last year, but the Panny caught my attention, and for the price at 65", I jumped. The M Series still has common LCD issues (i.e., the flashlighting, for example), but it produces a good picture and has good aesthetics.
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I had my eye on the M Series last year, but the Panny caught my attention, and for the price at 65", I jumped. The M Series still has common LCD issues (i.e., the flashlighting, for example), but it produces a good picture and has good aesthetics.
can somebody tell me in which page we have fairchild latest settings for s60
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can somebody tell me in which page we have fairchild latest settings for s60
I believe it was post 1528, but they are outdated. I will send you the excel spreadsheet
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I believe it was post 1528, but they are outdated. I will send you the excel spreadsheet
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I bought a LG PB6650 60 inch tv and then found a P50S60 for $499 at Sears Outlet new in box. I returned my LG and got the S60. Less screen area but much better picture so all in all no regrets. If you are interested I suggest checking Sears Outlet they still have some New in box Panasonic Plasmas (varies from area to area).
Is PB6650 that bad? I was looking to get one.
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Is PB6650 that bad? I was looking to get one.
Picture dynamics are usually not LG's strong suit. I haven't been able to find the numbers on this particular set, but not to my surprise, the contrast and black levels on the similar B6600 are very mediocre. http://televisions.reviewed.com/cont...ew/the-science. You may want to consider the much better Samsung F5300 series instead.

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Yesterday my TC-P42s60 made a loud popping noise and went blank. When plugged in, it now emits 3 or 4 LED blinks. The set was manufactured in Jan 2013 and purchased in August 2013. It was working just fine till this point. I have ordered a replacement part and will likely take it into the local repair shop. But I'm not sure it's worth it...well, actually I hope it is since the TV is so awesome. Any thoughts?
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Yesterday my TC-P42s60 made a loud popping noise and went blank. When plugged in, it now emits 3 or 4 LED blinks. The set was manufactured in Jan 2013 and purchased in August 2013. It was working just fine till this point. I have ordered a replacement part and will likely take it into the local repair shop. But I'm not sure it's worth it...well, actually I hope it is since the TV is so awesome. Any thoughts?
The TV is close enough to the warranty period that it may still be covered. Unless the set requires a new panel, you probably have nothing to be concerned about. I would contact Panasonic before doing anything.

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I had my eye on the M Series last year, but the Panny caught my attention, and for the price at 65", I jumped. The M Series still has common LCD issues (i.e., the flashlighting, for example), but it produces a good picture and has good aesthetics.
What is 'flashlighting' ??
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What is 'flashlighting' ??

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