Hello all....am new to this forum. Picked up a Samsung UN60F7100 lcd four days ago. First two and half days were great, thought I hit the lottery after reading how many problems these lcd led TV's have. Well....now I have severe light bleeding from all four corners, semi-dark and dark content is impossible to watch, just too distracting. So I just ordered the Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST60. I was very close to getting this set originally, but was, and still am concerned about ir and/or burn-in. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated...do I need a break-in disc...how to avoid ir and burn-in....am not a gamer so that is not a concern to me. thanks in advance.
Am I taking crazy pills? Does this TV really only read FAT32 formatted drives?
Also, is anyone running a Synology Diskstation running media server DLNA? Can you get it to talk to the ST60? Won't work for me. I am wondering if this has to do with my port forwarding setup for remote access to the server. Spoke with Panasonic. Apparently the TV utilizes ports 80, 443 (really, https and http?) and 48705. Seems odd. Forwarding those to my server still doesn't work. Regardless, I'll end up using a WDTV anyway.
Thanks for the response! Great to hear your positive feedback...I should have gone with this tv the first time but live and learn. Amazon will pick up the pos Samsung and deliver the new one...no shipping costs to me.
Thanks very much!