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Hello there folks! I brought my VT60 back with me in Greece from the US and now Im on the market for a step down converter from 240V to 120v but I cannot seem to find how many watts transformer should I get for a tcp60vt60 :-/ Could you guys do me a favor and check the back of your tv to see if it is stated there how many watt the tv is rated? mine is in a container right now tripping :P

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Did someone mention that chadb had set sharpness to a non-zero value for a client? I've been using the zero setting, btw.

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Hello there folks! I brought my VT60 back with me in Greece from the US and now Im on the market for a step down converter from 240V to 120v but I cannot seem to find how many watts transformer should I get for a tcp60vt60 :-/ Could you guys do me a favor and check the back of your tv to see if it is stated there how many watt the tv is rated? mine is in a container right now tripping :P

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Does this help, http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TC-P60VT60?t=specs
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Thank you for the interest B T C! and for the link! somewere there is says Rated Power Consumption 472 W, is that what I should take into interest when I go out to buy a transformer? so lets say I need a transformer thats rated for 500W? I dont wanna blow my baby :/
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First of all, nobody has to own anything in this forum to post a comment or an opinion. Get off your high horse. Last time I checked that wasn't a requirement in the forum rules? Or did you decide to make that rule up yourself? . I happen to be a Panasonic owner and since I bought my TV nothing has changed in terms of the IR issues. Threads here are more consumed with long-term IR with Panasonic plasma than any other problem. And nobody here is bashing but you, you obviously can't stand to hear any criticism about Panasonic TV's. And what was your reply towards me? "I would rather have temporary IR than floating blacks". Check out your own posts, you're bashing. And then you disrespect me by telling me I'm lost and to move on. Then you removed it. . Oh and here's a thought, ignore my posts if you can't stand to hear anything but positives about Panasonic. And yes, don't disrespect my opinions here. I don't need to be moderator to tell you that. If you can't offer common courtesy ignore my posts and YOU move along.
VT60/65 OWNERS Thread - questions about those considering ownership or who currently own the display. You don't have to be a mod to understand how the threads work here at AVS. Your post belongs over on the Panny general issue thread. Chunon contributes a lot to this thread, we'd like to keep him around despite being a Buckeye. Your fud is doing what? Yes I'm an owner of a VT60/65 who has never experienced image retention or burn-in. Generalizations on any thread will always cause a problem. Sorry you had an issue with your set, which wasn't a VT60/65. We all realize that no display is perfect, I've got some fan noise, but I believe most of us are thankful we bought this display before supply dried up.

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Thank you for the interest B T C! and for the link! somewere there is says Rated Power Consumption 472 W, is that what I should take into interest when I go out to buy a transformer? so lets say I need a transformer thats rated for 500W? I dont wanna blow my baby :/
Unfortunately, I'm not qualified to answer. I would simply be guessing.
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