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post #11161 of 30263
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Originally Posted by progprog View Post

The bezel popped off?? All by itself???

No way
would I epoxy it. I'd want to keep everything kosher for my warranty coverage, and have Pioneer service deal with it.

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Originally Posted by alettiere View Post

What the hell? Very strange, especially after all of this talk of loose bezels.

Ghetto rigging a high-end item like an Elite Kuro? No way, man. That's something that Pioneer should be dealing with. And if you do something like that, your dealer and/or Pioneer won't want anything to do with you.

We have bezels poping off and screens cracking by themselfs
post #11162 of 30263
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Originally Posted by texasveteran View Post

James would not start off with "heck" if that happened to his baby.

I figured as much too .....hence my comments about using blue painters tape vs duct tape.
post #11163 of 30263
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Originally Posted by chadmak09 View Post

Guy, I think he is yankin our chains!
This has got to be a joke right James?

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Originally Posted by ddgtr View Post

LOL, James is definitely joking!!!

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Originally Posted by nutsandbolts View Post

Well I have not been here for long and he fooled me if he is joking. I hope he is.

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Originally Posted by radtek View Post

I figured as much too .....hence my comments about using blue painters tape vs duct tape.


ITS ABOUT TIME!!!

LOL, thanks guys, I was getting worried , yes that was 100% joke. I just thought that guy asking the question "Is your Bezel tight?" was awfully strange, so I decided to tell everybody that mine fell off.
And no, I would not use a 2 part epoxy, id use a hot glue gun.
post #11164 of 30263
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Originally Posted by luvnhateSony View Post

Well, after almost putting an additional 1000 hours on my 111FD since D-Nice intially calibrated it, I decided, along with his recommendation, that it was time for him to come back and give my 111 its periodic touch up/ re-calibration.

What it ended up needing was more of a "re-hual" as D put it, rather than just some minor tweeking. This of course was not unusual since all displays over time, depending on how often there used, drift away from there calibrated state.

So if you want to preserve the accuracy of the initial calibration, IMO then, getting a re-cal on your panel is a must! And of course D-Nice, as he did once before, did a killer job bringing my 111 back to perfection!

As they say, the proof is in the pudding...
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That is nice you are happy but there is no way in hell I would ever have mine recalibrated.

You did say 'IMO' though so as long as your are happy then that is what counts, though I am sure D-Nice is happy too.
post #11165 of 30263
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Originally Posted by kaosv1 View Post

Appliances have a life expectancy of 8 years.

Actually, appliances have an MTBF of 8 years. That means half of them will fail later than that, and half will fail *earlier*.

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Originally Posted by kaosv1 View Post

Years ago applainces lasted much longer , no electronics to fail. I have a 25 yr old dishwasher.

My point exactly. Manufacturers started producing junk, and the only way to protect against earlier demise of junk is with a warranty. If the manufacturer offers a long warranty, they aren't making junk. If it's a short warranty--and I'd argue that a two-year warranty on a device projected to last 100,000 hours--is short, then the manufacturer is essentially saying they don't back their product, and you must protect yourself.
post #11166 of 30263
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Originally Posted by mf1111 View Post

On the warranty subject. Posters here seem to be major videophiles who are willing to spend top dollar to get the best . I find it hard to believe that they will still be using the 111 or 151 four or even three years down the road..


We buy stuff that lasts and only upgrade when there is a clear improvement. We had our last flat panel for five years, and bought a 141 to replace it, which was sooner than usual, but that's because we always regarded the previous display as temporary until true 1080ps came out at a not-insane price, and with 10" more diagonal.

Our next display will be a 70" OLED, in a decade or so.

We have tube power amps from 15 years ago. If you buy quality, it lasts.
post #11167 of 30263
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Originally Posted by James W. Johnson View Post

ITS ABOUT TIME!!!

LOL, thanks guys, I was getting worried , yes that was 100% joke. I just thought that guy asking the question "Is your Bezel tight?" was awfully strange, so I decided to tell everybody that mine fell off.
And no, I would not use a 2 part epoxy, id use a hot glue gun.

The right way to do it is to drill through the bezel from the front and put in some lag bolts to secure it.
post #11168 of 30263
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Originally Posted by sk20 View Post

The right way to do it is to drill through the bezel from the front and put in some lag bolts to secure it.


Much dressier to use nice Oak Dows in each corner..
Makes for a bit of class..
Sonny
post #11169 of 30263
Hey, if duct tape is good enough for a Citizen, then it's good enough for an Elite.


post #11170 of 30263
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Originally Posted by sk20 View Post

I'd argue that a two-year warranty on a device projected to last 100,000 hours--is short, then the manufacturer is essentially saying they don't back their product, and you must protect yourself.


I disagree, say a family with 5 kids owns it, and the way it works out is the TV gets turned on/off 40 times a day.


Or some guy basically leaves his on for 15 hours a day for whatever reasons.

IMO these would be considered to be bordering on abuse, id say 2 years is very generous.

I think companies are factoring into their warranties how long their products last in the worst cases.
post #11171 of 30263
The right way to do it is to drill through the bezel from the front and put in some lag bolts to secure it.

Much dressier to use nice Oak Dows in each corner..
Makes for a bit of class..


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Excellent ideas guys , though if you do use bolts id recommend using a torque wrench , say 20-25lbs woulds be about right.
post #11172 of 30263
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Originally Posted by texasveteran View Post

Hey, if duct tape is good enough for a Citizen, then it's good enough for an Elite.



Yes indeed! >>



Calling: alettiere! alettiere! alettiere! alettiere! alettiere!
post #11173 of 30263
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Originally Posted by sk20 View Post

Actually, appliances have an MTBF of 8 years. That means half of them will fail later than that, and half will fail *earlier*.

What does "MTBF" stand for, precisely? Is it "Median Time Before Failure" or something similar?
post #11174 of 30263
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Originally Posted by prepress View Post

What does "MTBF" stand for, precisely? Is it "Median Time Before Failure" or something similar?



Was that a guess? If so that was a damn good one.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mean_time_between_failures
post #11175 of 30263
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Originally Posted by James W. Johnson View Post

Was that a guess? If so that was a damn good one.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mean_time_between_failures

It was a guess, based on sk20's explanation.
post #11176 of 30263
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Originally Posted by jjkusaf1 View Post

Watched Wall-E and Hellboy last night after receiving my blu ray player. There is a permanent jaw imprint on the floor. Thanks alot Roman.

oh, furthermore...I expect you to pay for the repair cost to the damaged floor. I'll send you three estimates and you know where to send the check.
post #11177 of 30263
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Originally Posted by jjkusaf1 View Post

oh, furthermore...i expect you to pay for the repair cost to the damaged floor. I'll send you three estimates and you know where to send the check.


lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #11178 of 30263
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Originally Posted by James W. Johnson View Post

ITS ABOUT TIME!!!

LOL, thanks guys, I was getting worried , yes that was 100% joke. I just thought that guy asking the question "Is your Bezel tight?" was awfully strange, so I decided to tell everybody that mine fell off.
And no, I would not use a 2 part epoxy, id use a hot glue gun.


Why would you think the question was strange? I have a legitimate issue and question and you turn it into a joke. Thanks pal.
post #11179 of 30263
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Originally Posted by geoellis View Post

Why would you think the question was strange? I have a legitimate issue and question and you turn it into a joke. Thanks pal.

Hey, and only about two pages of pointless posts! As if reading through this thread isn't tedious enough already for new owners.....
post #11180 of 30263
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Originally Posted by jjkusaf1 View Post

So D-Nice...when are swinging by my place to calibrate my TV? San Antonio.

No seriously...how much do these calibrations usually cost?

Watched Wall-E and Hellboy last night after receiving my blu ray player. There is a permanent jaw imprint on the floor. Thanks alot Roman.

Calibrations seem to run between ~ $300-600, depending on how extensive it is and whether it includes audio.

PS: D-Nice doesn't respond on this thread. But there are plenty of calibrators you can contact to find one that comes to your area.
post #11181 of 30263
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Originally Posted by progprog View Post

Hey, and only about two pages of pointless posts! As if reading through this thread isn't tedious enough already for new owners.....

They can always use this.
post #11182 of 30263
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Originally Posted by progprog View Post

Hey, and only about two pages of pointless posts! As if reading through this thread isn't tedious enough already for new owners.....

Oh, and here's the peanut gallery chiming in, speaking of pointless posts. Not sure where the animosity is coming from, but it's easy to bash a new member from behind a keyboard, isn't it?

To those who have been helpful, thank you.
post #11183 of 30263
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Originally Posted by geoellis View Post

Oh, and here's the peanut gallery chiming in, speaking of pointless posts. Not sure where the animosity is coming from, but it's easy to bash a new member from behind a keyboard, isn't it?

To those who have been helpful, thank you.

progprog has more useful posts than just about anyone in this thread combined.
post #11184 of 30263
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Originally Posted by texasveteran View Post

They can always use this.


Very familiar with that function, thank you. Why don't you give it a try for my question and see what you get? In fact, you could probably get this entire thread down to 5 pages if everyone followed your advice.
post #11185 of 30263
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Originally Posted by texasveteran View Post

progprog has more useful posts than just about anyone in this thread combined.


Impressive. So, that justifies his rudeness. Pointless really.
post #11186 of 30263
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Originally Posted by geoellis View Post

Oh, and here's the peanut gallery chiming in, speaking of pointless posts. Not sure where the animosity is coming from, but it's easy to bash a new member from behind a keyboard, isn't it?

To those who have been helpful, thank you.

I think you misunderstood my post, which was commenting on the jokes, not your question. Sorry you saw rudeness and animosity in it.
post #11187 of 30263
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Originally Posted by progprog View Post

I think you misunderstood my post, which was commenting on the jokes, not your question. Sorry you saw rudeness and animosity in it.


I did misinderstand your post and for that I apologize. I have also read many of your posts and I appreciate the information you share.

I have lurked here for quite a while and recently took delivery of my 111FD. The information here is fantastic and the community is top notch as well. That's why I was taken aback by the negativity. I participate on other boards for a variety of topics and some have turned toxic, which is a shame. The internet has given us the ability to communicate faster then ever and we all benefit if we remain congenial
post #11188 of 30263
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Originally Posted by geoellis View Post

I did misinderstand your post and for that I apologize. I have also read many of your posts and I appreciate the information you share.

No problem. So what have you decided to do (if anything) about that loose bezel?
post #11189 of 30263
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Originally Posted by progprog View Post

No problem. So what have you decided to do (if anything) about that loose bezel?

I think as someone stated earlier,he should report it and let Pioneer fix it..
It would really bother me knowing I spent that much money and everything wasn't just right..JMO..
This is a great place for info, and I have to say 99.9% of the folks on here are very helpful..
Peace....
Sonny
post #11190 of 30263
Yeah, I got my Kuro yesterday, and have no dead pixels, bezel issues or cracked glass, and the buzzing is only discernable in complete quiet with my ear within 1 foot of the set.
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