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My 65VT60 is coming in next week...I see a lot of debate about the slides. I've been a member since 08' I believe and have followed the Dnice since the Pioneer KURO threads. I did use the slides for that and my KURO aged beautifully. Idk if it's from using this method but it's been great. Dnice provides a lot of information we should pay for but he does it for free. So if you question his method don't use them. I had a 60VT60 and just played full screen content. But wanted larger.

Now that the 65VT60 is coming I'm wondering if I should do the slides or not. There really is no proof to show it gives a better PQ. I also wonder if by doing the slides that it is causing some people to get stuck pixels? Just a thought since it is only displaying certain colors instead of an array of content like full screen. Usually I run full screen blu rays for 100hours since I love blu ray movies. But if the slides are the better route I would appreciate some input on which method is better?

Funny, I'm in New Haven too, and I also have a D-Nice calibrated Pioneer (KRP-500M), haha. I ran the slides on the new VT60 for 100 hours, and I'm mixing the next 200 hours with normal viewing and slides to reach a minimum of 300. I'm doing it mostly to get the drift to stabilize so I can have it calibrated. I've had my 65VT60 for a week now, and I'm nearing 150 hours.
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So, I've been D-NICEing my tv and have almost 300 hours with the slides and 'safe' programs. At what point is it ok to start watching 4:3 material?
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So, I've been D-NICEing my tv and have almost 300 hours with the slides and 'safe' programs. At what point is it ok to start watching 4:3 material?

Whenever you'd like. Enjoy your TV! Watch what you want, just use common sense....don't leave ESPN run for several hours straight, more than 4.
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So, I've been D-NICEing my tv and have almost 300 hours with the slides and 'safe' programs. At what point is it ok to start watching 4:3 material?

People still watch 4:3. eek.gif Just HD fill it and call it a day.

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People still watch 4:3. eek.gif Just HD fill it and call it a day.

There's channels/programs that are broadcast in 4:3 and many prefer watching content unaltered. Changing the picture aspect alters the image.

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There's channels/programs that are broadcast in 4:3 and many prefer watching content unaltered. Changing the picture aspect alters the image.

I know it alters the image, I just don't get it, why buy a nice tv just to watch 4:3 SD. Don't get me wrong I love some old school shows too like Three's Company but my cable box automatically fills 4:3 content if I choose to. Almost every show is on HD nowadays anyways except for all the old school stuff.

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North American TC-PxxST60 Reference Settings

*****Note: These settings are designed exclusively to be used on North American TC-PxxST60 displays after completing the Panel Prep procedure listed in post #1. Please do not use these settings unless you have follow post #1 100%*****

Picture
Picture Mode: Custom
Contrast: 79
Brightness: +1
Color: 50
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 0
Color Temp: Warm2
Vivid Color: Off
C.A.T.S: Off
Video NR: Off
MPEG NR: Off
Motion Smoother: Off


Pro Settings
Panel Brightness: Mid
AGC: 0
Black Extension: 0
Color Gamut: Normal

W/B Detail Adjustment
W/B High R: 5
W/B High G: 0
W/B High B:5
W/B Low R: 3
W/B Low G: 0
W/B Low B: 1

(W/B) More Detail Adjustment
10 W/B R: -20
10 W/B G: 0
10 W/B B: 13

20 W/B R: 5
20 W/B G: 0
20 W/B B: 14

30 W/B R: 7
30 W/B G: 0
30 W/B B: 4

40 W/B R: 6
40 W/B G: 0
40 W/B B: 2

50 W/B R: 3
50 W/B G: 0
50 W/B B: -4

60 W/B R: -3
60 W/B G: 0
60 W/B B: -8

70 W/B R: -2
70 W/B G: 0
70 W/B B: -7

80 W/B R: 6
80 W/B G: 0
80 W/B B: -1

90 W/B R: 1
90 W/B G: -1
90 W/B B: 2

100 W/B R: -11
100 W/B G: 0
100 W/B B: 4

Color Detail Adjustment
R-Hue: 2
R-Sat: -39
R-Lum: -9

G-Hue: 12
G-Sat: -50
G-Lum: 0

B-Hue: -22
B-Sat: 8
B-Lum: -8


Gamma Detail Adjustment
Gamma: 2.6 (2.4 on 60 and 65" models)

(Gamma) More Detail Adjustment
10 Gain: -33
20 Gain: -15
30 Gain: -6
40 Gain: -3
50 Gain: -2
60 Gain: 3
70 Gain: 3
80 Gain: -1
90 Gain: 0
100 Gain: 0

Advance Picture
3:2 PullDown: Auto

HDMI Content Type
***Leave settings in this menu at their default***

HDMI/DVI RGB Range
***Leave settings in this menu at their default***

Black Level: Light


Calibration Report
TC-PxxST60 Calibration Report (Custom).pdf 132k .pdf file





Are these setting for the xxST60 series the same for the xxS60 series? If not, where can I find the settings for the S60?

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Are these setting for the xxST60 series the same for the xxS60 series? If not, where can I find the settings for the S60?

Thanks.

No.

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so, the CNET settings are same as those from D-Nice ?
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I found the DNICE settings for the st60 to be extremely red (ie: the brightness adjustment via the avs709 disk). I went ahead and calibrated myself using calman and my i1 display colormeter. I think it's best to just use home theatre settings and adjust contrast and brightness for those that do not want to professional calibrate their tvs.
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where can I find the D-Nice setting for an s60? Do you have a link?
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where can I find the D-Nice setting for an s60? Do you have a link?

Dnice doesn't have calibrated settings for the S60. Only ST60/VT60/ZT60. You can try Cnet's settings, or others. Check the S60 thread.

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I'm finding the VT60 frustrating at times. I did the 100 hours of slides before watching anything.

The picture mode presets are some of the worst I've seen on a TV set. What were the engineers thinking when they made the STANDARD mode? I seem to be having to cycle through all of the picture settings for every single piece of content I use. I've never had to do this before with a TV.

I can't get a setting for watching a Blu-ray on my PS4 that makes me go WOW.
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I'm finding the VT60 frustrating at times. I did the 100 hours of slides before watching anything.

The picture mode presets are some of the worst I've seen on a TV set. What were the engineers thinking when they made the STANDARD mode? I seem to be having to cycle through all of the picture settings for every single piece of content I use. I've never had to do this before with a TV.

I can't get a setting for watching a Blu-ray on my PS4 that makes me go WOW.

THX mode is excellent out of the box!! If that does not look good, something is up......
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I'm finding the VT60 frustrating at times. I did the 100 hours of slides before watching anything.

The picture mode presets are some of the worst I've seen on a TV set. What were the engineers thinking when they made the STANDARD mode? I seem to be having to cycle through all of the picture settings for every single piece of content I use. I've never had to do this before with a TV.

I can't get a setting for watching a Blu-ray on my PS4 that makes me go WOW.

What are you feeling the preset modes are lacking? Pop? Accuracy? More information might be able to have someone offer some help. Sorry you aren't happier though with you purchase
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Hey all! First post here  :D

 

I received my P50S60 and it's been great so far. The only issue I have is with playback while using DLNA. How do I make some files show up as fullscreen? I don't seem to have the screen settings option for full like I do while watching HD cable through HDMI. I only have access to aspect 1, aspect 2 and original for screen format? This particular show is a .AVI if that makes a difference. 

 

It plays in a small box like this :(...

 

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Hey all! First post here  biggrin.gif

I received my P50S60 and it's been great so far. The only issue I have is with playback while using DLNA. How do I make some files show up as fullscreen? I don't seem to have the screen settings option for full like I do while watching HD cable through HDMI. I only have access to aspect 1, aspect 2 and original for screen format? This particular show is a .AVI if that makes a difference. 

It plays in a small box like this frown.gif ...



Is there space on the bottom of the video, like the video is centered, or is it right up against the bottom? Can't tell from the photo cause it's off center.
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I'm finding the VT60 frustrating at times. I did the 100 hours of slides before watching anything.

The picture mode presets are some of the worst I've seen on a TV set. What were the engineers thinking when they made the STANDARD mode? I seem to be having to cycle through all of the picture settings for every single piece of content I use. I've never had to do this before with a TV.

I can't get a setting for watching a Blu-ray on my PS4 that makes me go WOW.

Standard mode satisfies energy consumption requirements.

You probably would have liked the ST60 much more. I bought a VT50 and GT50 and ended up returning the VT50 because it appeared dimmer due to the different filters. I now have 2 ST60s.

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Hey all! First post here  biggrin.gif

I received my P50S60 and it's been great so far. The only issue I have is with playback while using DLNA. How do I make some files show up as fullscreen? I don't seem to have the screen settings option for full like I do while watching HD cable through HDMI. I only have access to aspect 1, aspect 2 and original for screen format? This particular show is a .AVI if that makes a difference. 

It plays in a small box like this frown.gif ...



Is the movie 1080?
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Is the movie 1080?

 

No it's an episode of Breaking Bad. I think it's in 480 but is there some way to zoom that I have missed?

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Is there space on the bottom of the video, like the video is centered, or is it right up against the bottom? Can't tell from the photo cause it's off center.

 

It's centred in the middle of the screen. Sorry about the angle :o

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Is the movie 1080?

No it's an episode of Breaking Bad. I think it's in 480 but is there some way to zoom that I have missed?

Nope. The black areas are bars.
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Nope. The black areas are bars.

Damn. Thank you for the help!

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Standard mode satisfies energy consumption requirements.

You probably would have liked the ST60 much more. I bought a VT50 and GT50 and ended up returning the VT50 because it appeared dimmer due to the different filters. I now have 2 ST60s.

Wow, I knew you bought a new ST60, I didn't know you bought two! eek.gif Where did your other sets go? You need to update your living room/Den gear. biggrin.gif

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You probably would have liked the ST60 much more. I bought a VT50 and GT50 and ended up returning the VT50 because it appeared dimmer due to the different filters. I now have 2 ST60s.

Wow, I knew you bought a new ST60, I didn't know you bought two! eek.gif Where did your other sets go? You need to update your living room/Den gear. biggrin.gif

Yep, living room and den. lol The first one I bought was the 50ST60 for the LR and after seeing it, plus recent events, I had to get the 65". So... the 42G25 moved to the master bedroom, and the 60GT50 from the den is currently for sale. My Denon 2313 is good for the den, but I think the ST sounds better than the CT150 in the living room (less forced or compact?). Ideally, I'd like to get my hands on a Denon 1713 for the living room, since it's not as deep a unit, and it still has the Audyssey MultEQ XT. However, since we rarely watch movies in the LR, there's no real, or significant need. The ST60 sounds much better than both the G25 and GT. I suppose it's time to sell the Sony CT150 soundbar.

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Yep, living room and den. lol The first one I bought was the 50ST60 for the LR and after seeing it, plus recent events, I had to get the 65". So... the 42G25 moved to the master bedroom, and the 60GT50 from the den is currently for sale. My Denon 2313 is good for the den, but I think the ST sounds better than the CT150 in the living room (less forced or compact?). Ideally, I'd like to get my hands on a Denon 1713 for the living room, since it's not as deep a unit, and it still has the Audyssey MultEQ XT. However, since we rarely watch movies in the LR, there's no real, or significant need. The ST60 sounds much better than both the G25 and GT. I suppose it's time to sell the Sony CT150 soundbar.

I was just looking at denon x1000 and 1713 as options to feed the vt60 I have coming this week, and thought you might like to know that accesories4less is authorized to resell refurbished units and their prices on the 1713 are pretty good. Hope I'm not violating policies, just stating it seems like a good place to snag an older refurbished denon. Off topic. Sorry
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Yep, living room and den. lol The first one I bought was the 50ST60 for the LR and after seeing it, plus recent events, I had to get the 65". So... the 42G25 moved to the master bedroom, and the 60GT50 from the den is currently for sale. My Denon 2313 is good for the den, but I think the ST sounds better than the CT150 in the living room (less forced or compact?). Ideally, I'd like to get my hands on a Denon 1713 for the living room, since it's not as deep a unit, and it still has the Audyssey MultEQ XT. However, since we rarely watch movies in the LR, there's no real, or significant need. The ST60 sounds much better than both the G25 and GT. I suppose it's time to sell the Sony CT150 soundbar.

I was just looking at denon x1000 and 1713 as options to feed the vt60 I have coming this week, and thought you might like to know that accesories4less is authorized to resell refurbished units and their prices on the 1713 are pretty good. Hope I'm not violating policies, just stating it seems like a good place to snag an older refurbished denon. Off topic. Sorry

I don't think you violated anything. Thanks for being so considerate and sharing. I'm thinking about buying from them, they've got a listing on Ebay.

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I ran D-Nice's prep slides for about 70 hours and then i realized that I wasn't on the "Custom mode" I was on standard. Furthermore I was using the normal setting for the slide interval rather than the "Long" setting. Since the 70 hour mark I corrected this and in about 2 hours I will have reached the 100 hour mark. Since I'm currently at work, I won't be able to get to the TV for another 7 hours or so. So my question is... Should I run the slides for longer since I didn't have the exact setting or do you think this is enough?
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