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post #14941 of 16638 Old 09-12-2014, 04:16 PM
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Did any of the latest firmware updates fix the issue regarding the battery-powered 3D glasses draining? They stayed on even after switching from a 3D signal to 2D. The only way to prevent this was to manually turn off the glasses or the TV. It seems it's been fixed, I think the TV sends a power-off command to all the connected glasses after a period of time of no 3D, I just wanted to be sure.
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I am contemplating selling my 65VT60. Since getting my front projector setup in my master bedroom sitting room about 5 or so months ago that has been my go to for viewing every single night.

My VT60 is used during the day and mostly for cartoons and kids movies. Really thinking about picking up a 64H5000. I almost feel like my VT60 is being underused for it's purpose and my initial reason for buying it which was for the great black levels and night time viewing which right now is getting non of that.

I posted an add a few weeks ago to see the interest in the TV and was offered $2,400 for it. Also got another message recently from someone that was interested. Not sure what I should do.

I keep questioning if I will regret getting rid of my VT60 but then on the other hand I can still get what I consider a decent TV and walk away with some extra money on top of it.

Decisions, decisions.
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I am contemplating selling my 65VT60. Since getting my front projector setup in my master bedroom sitting room about 5 or so months ago that has been my go to for viewing every single night.

My VT60 is used during the day and mostly for cartoons and kids movies. Really thinking about picking up a 64H5000. I almost feel like my VT60 is being underused for it's purpose and my initial reason for buying it which was for the great black levels and night time viewing which right now is getting non of that.

I posted an add a few weeks ago to see the interest in the TV and was offered $2,400 for it. Also got another message recently from someone that was interested. Not sure what I should do.

I keep questioning if I will regret getting rid of my VT60 but then on the other hand I can still get what I consider a decent TV and walk away with some extra money on top of it.

Decisions, decisions.
That's a pretty good price. I would be tempted. OLED coming down in price too. Vinnie said he's selling his zt with 3000 hours on it for $2000.
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That's a pretty good price. I would be tempted. OLED coming down in price too. Vinnie said he's selling his zt with 3000 hours on it for $2000.
Wow, Vinnie is selling his ZT60? What is he replacing it with? Hopefully not another 55" OLED.
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Wow, Vinnie is selling his ZT60? What is he replacing it with? Hopefully not another 55" OLED.
I think Vinnie wants the 77" big dog. But I'm not sure if he will settle for 65" due to price.
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I am contemplating selling my 65VT60. Since getting my front projector setup in my master bedroom sitting room about 5 or so months ago that has been my go to for viewing every single night.

My VT60 is used during the day and mostly for cartoons and kids movies. Really thinking about picking up a 64H5000. I almost feel like my VT60 is being underused for it's purpose and my initial reason for buying it which was for the great black levels and night time viewing which right now is getting non of that.

I posted an add a few weeks ago to see the interest in the TV and was offered $2,400 for it. Also got another message recently from someone that was interested. Not sure what I should do.

I keep questioning if I will regret getting rid of my VT60 but then on the other hand I can still get what I consider a decent TV and walk away with some extra money on top of it.

Decisions, decisions.
If it is only used for the kids, you probably should just sell it and replace it with a Vizio Led. The kids will probably like the over exaggerated colors of an Led, plus it will use much less power, and you really won't have to worry about IR/Burn in much..

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If it is only used for the kids, you probably should just sell it and replace it with a Vizio Led. The kids will probably like the over exaggerated colors of an Led, plus it will use much less power, and you really won't have to worry about IR/Burn in much..
I cannot do the LED thing. I tried to many times and kept coming back to plasma's. Also, side angle viewing is important to me for this room as my couches are setup on the sides of the TV and not dead center. This TV is also viewed from my dining room table which is a room over from the TV.

I think if it wasn't for the terrible viewing angles I might be able to suck it up with a Vizio full array or something but that just really kills it besides all the other things I hate about the tech.

Also, I do not worry about IR or burn in with my VT60. It has been great so far and my worries with that are non existent and Samsung plasma are usually even better with IR. Haven't seen a H5000 in person yet but right now I think that would be my front runner if I were to sell my VT60.

Getting rid of my VT60 is a tough decision to make though. I keep going back and forth in my head!

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Having the inside of the new house painted this week and will finally be able to mount my 60VT60 on the wall, anyone have a recommendation for a sturdy low profile mount? Also, what's the recommended mounting height if I sit back 13-14 ft. from the display with a viewing height of 42 inches?
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Vt 60 zt60

Hello, I reside in NorthEast Jersey, have been on all kinds of websites. I'm looking for a used 65 inch VT60 or ZT60. I have gone back to the stores, and for me 4K tv is not cutting it jejejeje. Anybody have a used good condition TV. I still love plasma over LED!
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Hello, I reside in NorthEast Jersey, have been on all kinds of websites. I'm looking for a used 65 inch VT60 or ZT60. I have gone back to the stores, and for me 4K tv is not cutting it jejejeje. Anybody have a used good condition TV. I still love plasma over LED!
I would ask in the plasma classified section - plasma classifieds
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Unhappy I have HELP!

I did. Have like 70 views, not one reply ! ! !
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I did. Have like 70 views, not one reply ! ! !
No one wants to get rid of theirs since they're no longer made...I would keep checking Amazon.
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On 9/14, eric3316 mentioned he was thinking about selling his VT. If I was looking, I would send him a PM.
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Hello guys, please help me to understand what I need to do to see PIP and record to HDD and see a channel at the same time. Right now I get the cable TV signal in and have a service providers card in one of the Common Interface slots.

Looking at one channel at a time is no problem, but as soon as I try to see two channels in PIP mode or want to record a TV program to HDD I will see Encrypted channel message either on one of the PIP screens, or while in recording on the screen. Recorded material plays back fine.

Service provider was unable to help :/
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I did. Have like 70 views, not one reply ! ! !
Unless you're very lucky, it's going to take time to find what you want.
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My vt60 has minor DSE, well in my opinion at least. It's not visible on most typical panning shots, but you can make it out if you stare enough on all white panning scenes like the screen wiper for instance. Is my case of DSE average for the vt60 or do most of them have none at all? My Kuro definitely has more noticeable DSE when I compared the two.

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I have some DSE too, but it's not really bad. All my plasma's had it in some degree (also my LG).

What i noticed about the 65VT60 so far(80 hours on it), is the redish halo on full white screens. I've read whole threads about it, and hope it cleans after the 200 hours mark. (i can make it disappear, if i fiddle with red gain, but then the image looks poop).

What I also noticed was that the blacks are mostly nice black, but when the room is totally dark, i can still see the panels illumination. What i see are very thin horizontal lines (a bout 1 or 2 millimeters apart from each other), going from the bottom to the top. I've tried searching anything about it, but it was never addressed, for as far as i could look. Is this interference like effect normal? Because it seems the screen is illuminating only from these lines (only noticeable in totally dark rooms).
(i've tried every setting and i have the TV properly grounded) My 55VT50 had this effect too.
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What i see are very thin horizontal lines (a bout 1 or 2 millimeters apart from each other), going from the bottom to the top. I've tried searching anything about it, but it was never addressed, for as far as i could look. Is this interference like effect normal?
the VT's have a "sweet spot" which is a certain brightness/contrast setting combination... within that "sweet spot" the panel performs best and you won't see the "interference" like effect within the shadows / black region...

so, set brightness accurately (using a dedicated brt pattern) and then set contrast accurately... note that after a certain value, the luminance output does NOT increase so there is no reason to further up the contrast value (and possibly distort the image)... set it to the last constrast value that increased luminance output...

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the VT's have a "sweet spot" which is a certain brightness/contrast setting combination... within that "sweet spot" the panel performs best and you won't see the "interference" like effect within the shadows / black region...

so, set brightness accurately (using a dedicated brt pattern) and then set contrast accurately... note that after a certain value, the luminance output does NOT increase so there is no reason to further up the contrast value (and possibly distort the image)... set it to the last constrast value that increased luminance output...

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Mike,

In your experience is that in the low to mid 60's for contrast ?

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Mike,

In your experience is that in the low to mid 60's for contrast ?
yes, IIRC low/mid 60s was the contrast range...

brt value depended on the Gamma setting...

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yes, IIRC very high 50's to low/mid 60s was the brt range depending on the Gamma setting...

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Okay, thanks! I will try this later, because the room is too bright now, even with the blinds closed :P
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I am contemplating selling my 65VT60. Since getting my front projector setup in my master bedroom sitting room about 5 or so months ago that has been my go to for viewing every single night.

My VT60 is used during the day and mostly for cartoons and kids movies. Really thinking about picking up a 64H5000. I almost feel like my VT60 is being underused for it's purpose and my initial reason for buying it which was for the great black levels and night time viewing which right now is getting non of that.

I posted an add a few weeks ago to see the interest in the TV and was offered $2,400 for it. Also got another message recently from someone that was interested. Not sure what I should do.

I keep questioning if I will regret getting rid of my VT60 but then on the other hand I can still get what I consider a decent TV and walk away with some extra money on top of it.

Decisions, decisions.
Very similar thing happened to me when I bought my JVC front projector and made a dedicated theater room. As wonderful of a display the VT60 is, it just wasn't getting used as much and I sold it to a forum member (for less than what you were offered). I replaced it with a more modest Samsung 51" F5300B plasma which is now in the living room and actually pleasantly surpassed my expectations quite a bit. The extra money difference I came away with basically helped pay for the JVC the way I look at. Also, the Samsung plasmas will blow away any LED near their price points.



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Very similar thing happened to me when I bought my JVC front projector and made a dedicated theater room. As wonderful of a display the VT60 is, it just wasn't getting used as much and I sold it to a forum member (for less than what you were offered). I replaced it with a more modest Samsung 51" F5300B plasma which is now in the living room and actually pleasantly surpassed my expectations quite a bit. The extra money difference I came away with basically helped pay for the JVC the way I look at. Also, the Samsung plasmas will blow away any LED near their price points.
Yup, that is pretty much my situation. Use the extra money to cover the projector cost.

For some strange reason the Vizio P series 65" or 70" has gotten my attention although that would negate using the extra money to pay for my projector and it would practically be a even swap.

I think I am giving the Vizio more credit then it's deserves. In my head I have it looking good and large but in real life or has to suck, right? I do like the idea of owning a 4K TV even though there is no content to support it yet. I think it comes down to the pq of the TV though no matter the resolution.

The P series has been released and people started getting them but will wait for some reviews before coming up with my own conclusions.

I can't imagine purchasing another LED and know if I got that thing in my home I am going to hate it. Would love to try it in my home though before selling my VT60.

The 64H5000 has me very interested as well and would be the better purchase financially for my reason for selling the VT60 as well as offering the better pq I am sure.
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With how good the projectors are looking these days, it really makes me wish I could swing one with the space I have available.
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With how good the projectors are looking these days, it really makes me wish I could swing one with the space I have available.
There are definitely a variety of nice options out there. I took my home office/computer room and turned it into this (sorry to get off-topic for VT60 owners).
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wow

nice big improvement from the vt60 you got there!

I'm waiting on the invention that lets me have the screen rise out of the floor where the screen roll is hidden so that I can actually hide it in plain sight, then hit the remote for the lights, sound, screen, and projector and voila - pure heaven in the living room
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I just bought a 65vt60 (one of the last ones here in The Netherlands i think), the image is just great. But when I'm watching movies (also full Blu rays), i'm having these gradient banding when an image goes from bright to dark (gradiently? :P). This was also on the vt50 i owned very shortly. I'm using purely my HTPC as a source.

Could it mean it's the source, or is this normal? (Because my old crappy 50 inch LG plasma did not even have it this bad.
I had some of the same problems when my 65vt60 was new and was really bummed out. However, after about 300 hours the set really improved. In addition, I did a calibration using an i1Display Pro sensor I purchased on e-bay and free HCFR software. That made all the difference. No posterization and fantastic picture.
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Having owned the F8500 for over 6 months now I can say that I am more happy with it than I was with the VT60. The VT60 had better saturation with warmer tones and was slightly darker in an all black screen but I never realized how important brightness is to me until now.

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Having owned the F8500 for over 6 months now I can say that I am more happy with it than I was with the VT60. The VT60 had better saturation with warmer tones and was slightly darker in an all black screen but I never realized how important brightness is to me until now.

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