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I have a broken 65 inch VT60. Does anyone want it for parts?

It has 2 issues:

Broken screen (like someone threw a ball at it and the glass is cracked)

When it turns on (yes it turns on!) - there is a giant black rectangle on it.

I've had it in my basement for about a year now, got it from a rich buddy of mine with too much time/money/kids on his hands. I thought I'd be able to fix it but they don't make parts for these anymore.

Anyways, I'm located in Akron OH - I can take pics if needed and if anyone wants it they can come pick it up; I am most definitely not shipping it anywhere.

OR

I'll shoot it.

thanks!
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Hi there, another proud VT60 owner here looking to get some advice...

So, I've been using this TV for the past 2 years and I'm still blown away by the blacks and overall picture quality. The TV has its flaws but 2,500 hrs in I couldn't be more happy with purchase I made at the time. But times have changed...

Now, with all the 4K HDR talk, me being an avid gamer and already owning PS4 Pro, and with imminent launch of Project Scorpio later this year few questions begin to arise.

Basically, is selling the VT60 and using that money to buy a decent 4K HDR TV without having to add much a viable solution?
Will I be satisfied with picture quality that LED LCD can provide? What 4K HDR TVs in 1500$/1500$+ price range should i consider?
Is this a smart decision to begin with? Any kind of advice is welcome.

Also, feel free to point me to the other threads where my questions will be more appropriate.
You will not be satisfied with an LED LCD. Your next TV should be an LG OLED. Stretch the budget a little bit and it will be worth it.
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I have a broken 65 inch VT60. Does anyone want it for parts?

It has 2 issues:

Broken screen (like someone threw a ball at it and the glass is cracked)

When it turns on (yes it turns on!) - there is a giant black rectangle on it.

I've had it in my basement for about a year now, got it from a rich buddy of mine with too much time/money/kids on his hands. I thought I'd be able to fix it but they don't make parts for these anymore.

Anyways, I'm located in Akron OH - I can take pics if needed and if anyone wants it they can come pick it up; I am most definitely not shipping it anywhere.

OR

I'll shoot it.

thanks!
Since it fires up we can assume that the boards are good. It is worth more dead than alive. List each board one by one on Ebay and you will probably clear at least a grand.
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This thread has me thinking of what I can get for my 60" VT60. With most clamoring for 4K, only videophiles know the value of this TV. Not the average Joe looking for a 60" upgrade.

Of course for myself, I want the 65" LG OLED C6. Mostly for the 3D. What's the success of are people selling this TV and for how much?

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This thread has me thinking of what I can get for my 60" VT60. With most clamoring for 4K, only videophiles know the value of this TV. Not the average Joe looking for a 60" upgrade.

Of course for myself, I want the 65" LG OLED C6. Mostly for the 3D. What's the success of are people selling this TV and for how much?
It's worth $800 but it will be hard to get that. Used plasma prices are falling fast.
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You will not be satisfied with an LED LCD. Your next TV should be an LG OLED. Stretch the budget a little bit and it will be worth it.
Meh. I've had nothing but plasmas (50PX60U, 58PZ700U, 58A550, 65S2, 65ST50, 65VT60) before my current Vizio P75 and I'm extremely satisfied with it. The ONLY thing it gives up to plasma is viewing angle--everything else (resolution, brightness, color, black levels, contrast) are superior to any plasma I've owned.

If you're hanging on to the notion that LCD can't compete with plasma, you really need to see what local-dimming LCD displays can do. In other words, you don't need to spend top dollar for an OLED TV to get an image that's superior to plasma.
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Meh. I've had nothing but plasmas (50PX60U, 58PZ700U, 58A550, 65S2, 65ST50, 65VT60) before my current Vizio P75 and I'm extremely satisfied with it. The ONLY thing it gives up to plasma is viewing angle--everything else (resolution, brightness, color, black levels, contrast) are superior to any plasma I've owned.

If you're hanging on to the notion that LCD can't compete with plasma, you really need to see what local-dimming LCD displays can do. In other words, you don't need to spend top dollar for an OLED TV to get an image that's superior to plasma.
That might be so, but the blooming even today standards is awful, I hate it when watching a movie with subtitles it lights up the screen, better with plasma or Oled then.

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That might be so, but the blooming even today standards is awful, I hate it when watching a movie with subtitles it lights up the screen, better with plasma or Oled then.
Again, meh. My Vizio has some of the best blooming performance out there; i.e. blooming is all but imperceptible, even with subtitles on a black background. This, of course, comes at the expense of peak brightness (and was a conscious compromise made by Vizio), but the Vizio still outguns what current-gen OLEDs can do brightness-wise, not to mention what plasmas can do, especially considering ABL.

Now, I'm not saying that my LCD will hands-down beat an OLED, but I am saying that plasma-beating performance can be had for a lot less than what an OLED will cost.

And again, with all due respect, if you haven't seen what today's FALD LCD displays can do, you really don't have a leg to stand on. And this comes from someone who was a huge LCD/LED hater until very recently.
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Again, meh. My Vizio has some of the best blooming performance out there; i.e. blooming is all but imperceptible, even with subtitles on a black background. This, of course, comes at the expense of peak brightness (and was a conscious compromise made by Vizio), but the Vizio still outguns what current-gen OLEDs can do brightness-wise, not to mention what plasmas can do, especially considering ABL.

Now, I'm not saying that my LCD will hands-down beat an OLED, but I am saying that plasma-beating performance can be had for a lot less than what an OLED will cost.

And again, with all due respect, if you haven't seen what today's FALD LCD displays can do, you really don't have a leg to stand on. And this comes from someone who was a huge LCD/LED hater until very recently.
I had 2015 Panasonic led tv, and that had an awful blooming, but then again I have not tested every LED tv out there and can just go with my experience on LED tv and that has not been good.for Oled brightness no they can't go so high as a LED tv, but then again I don't need it to go so bright when I watch in a dark room anyway.I love my plasma and I would not change my plasma for sony Z9, that's just my opinion.Vizio is not for sale in Norway so I don't know their brand and how it works.

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I would not change my plasma for sony Z9
That's saying quite a lot...I guess you are a plasma fan!
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That's saying quite a lot...I guess you are a plasma fan!
Is it that obvious

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I'm an emissive fan, also wouldn't be caught dead with an LCD as my main viewer.
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Meh. I've had nothing but plasmas (50PX60U, 58PZ700U, 58A550, 65S2, 65ST50, 65VT60) before my current Vizio P75 and I'm extremely satisfied with it. The ONLY thing it gives up to plasma is viewing angle--everything else (resolution, brightness, color, black levels, contrast) are superior to any plasma I've owned.

If you're hanging on to the notion that LCD can't compete with plasma, you really need to see what local-dimming LCD displays can do. In other words, you don't need to spend top dollar for an OLED TV to get an image that's superior to plasma.
Glad your enjoying your LCD.
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I'm an emissive fan, also wouldn't be caught dead with an LCD as my main viewer.
Me neither. Can you you believe that guy encouraging people to buy some junk LCD. Meh.....
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LCD over my 65VT60.... Please, no current LCD can touch the VT60.
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Does anyone know what is causing these pink blobs? 65VT60
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anyone have an idea of what's causing the vertical line on the left? 65" VT60. Could be the panel? although I suspect one of the boards
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If it is happening all the time then it maybe one of the boards. I can't tell you which board though.

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Does anyone know what is causing these pink blobs? 65VT60
I filed a claim with square trade and they say it is not repairable. They are going to pay me for a new tv.
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I filed a claim with square trade and they say it is not repairable. They are going to pay me for a new tv.
If you don't mind me asking, how much are they reimbursing you for?
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If you don't mind me asking, how much are they reimbursing you for?
I thought it was going to go smoothly but they are now trying to offer me a new low end LG LCD tv. I am sticking to my guns for a cash settlement because their warrantys say if there isn't a comparable replacement they will provide cash settlement for the price of the tv. They consider the LG comparable which is laughable. I told them the only tv I would consider comparable is the OLED or a new VT60. There are actually a couple new on Amazon for over 5K, but they wont pay that much.
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^That is a recurrent story for all plasma owners who have suffered premature failure. That is why I'll never buy a SquareTrade Warranty and would encourage everyone to do the same going forward.
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Went thru something similar with State Farm last summer when lightning took out my 60VT60. I told them good luck finding anything that can compare. After about two days of looking by them I got a call back telling me they were going to give me $5000 to buy a zero hour 65VT60, and that's what I did.

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Went thru something similar with State Farm last summer when lightning took out my 60VT60. I told them good luck finding anything that can compare. After about two days of looking by them I got a call back telling me they were going to give me $5000 to buy a zero hour 65VT60, and that's what I did.
That's pretty sweet. Was that just through your home owner's policy? If so, that makes me glad to have State Farm insurance.
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Good morning,

I have a vexing problem: The Home Theater Speakers setting on my Panasonic VT60 doesnt stay put after I turn off my equipment. Equipment is as follows:

Marantz SR5005 connected to VT60 (HDMI 2, arc input).
TiVO Premiere connected to Marantz AVR, via HDMI.
VT60 VieraLink set to Home Theater in Apps, VieraLink.

All equipment gets turned off after use. When turned back on, TV Speakers is selected and when I change back to Home Theater, TV Input has changed to wrong HDMI port.

I'm thinking of just leaving TiVO on.

Thoughts?

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^That is a recurrent story for all plasma owners who have suffered premature failure. That is why I'll never buy a SquareTrade Warranty and would encourage everyone to do the same going forward.
The only reason I bought an extended warranty was with the expecation that I would sell the VT60 at some point. That is the 1st time in my life I ever bought one. But I would never buy one again as they expect you to take a lessor tv from them. They have now come back with a little better tv options to choose from, they give 3 options, but still nothing I would accept. I said I want a higher person involved as I would accept nothing less than a refund.
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Good morning,

I have a vexing problem: The Home Theater Speakers setting on my Panasonic VT60 doesnt stay put after I turn off my equipment. Equipment is as follows:

Marantz SR5005 connected to VT60 (HDMI 2, arc input).
TiVO Premiere connected to Marantz AVR, via HDMI.
VT60 VieraLink set to Home Theater in Apps, VieraLink.

All equipment gets turned off after use. When turned back on, TV Speakers is selected and when I change back to Home Theater, TV Input has changed to wrong HDMI port.

I'm thinking of just leaving TiVO on.

Thoughts?

Scott

Are you powering up each piece of equipment individually?


I recently messed around with some settings when I switched from ARC to a fiber optic connection between my TV(VT60) and AVR. The AVR I'm using currently is a Yamaha RX-A3040. I'm not entirely sure what settings I changed, but it's set up so that when I turn my television on, the AVR also powers on and vice versa when I turn the television off. I have subsequently had no issues with the TV reverting from home theater to tv speakers, which I believe I had been experiencing. I don't currently have a satellite or cable provider, so not sure whether that arrangement would also work seamlessly with those tuners. I'm just using an OTA antenna. I'm pretty sure that whatever settings I modified were on my AVR as I don't recall being able to change much on the television itself. I suspect the settings I changed had something to do with the HDMI control configuration.


I'm not sure what kind of experience you are having with ARC, but mine was not positive. The fiber optic connection is working much better. My audio would cut out really bad when using ARC. I've also got a Denon AVR-X6200W. ARC worked a bit better with that unit, but it wasn't great. I have not hooked that unit back up since getting the fiber optic cable, but I suspect it will also work much better.
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The only reason I bought an extended warranty was with the expecation that I would sell the VT60 at some point. That is the 1st time in my life I ever bought one. But I would never buy one again as they expect you to take a lessor tv from them. They have now come back with a little better tv options to choose from, they give 3 options, but still nothing I would accept. I said I want a higher person involved as I would accept nothing less than a refund.
I have bought them and will continue to buy them for immature tech like OLED but just not from SquareTrade. Best of luck.

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I have bought them and will continue to buy them for immature tech like OLED but just not from SquareTrade. Best of luck.
I stuck to my guns and I have to give Square Trade credit, they are refunding me my invoice price. Now I can get an OLED instead of being stuck with an unwanted LCD.
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