I have a new Panasonic TH46PZ800 since three weeks.
I read an article about the necessity of running a break-in continuous sequence to age the pixels on my display.
It's at Evangelos Angelides's website , her at :http://www.eaprogramming.com/
I have downloaded the zip file, decompressed it and copied this block of images on a SD card ready to run in diaporama mode with loop-back playing.
They say we have to turn down at minimum the Contrast and brightness controls.
But in my display I don't have the contrast but I have brightness.
Is it OK if I turn down the "picture" and brightness?
But I heard that these tests are not very necessary because the display had already been aged at Panasonic.
Am I doing the right thing here?
Over 700 hours!!! Is that right?
Why 100 hours or so would not be enough?