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So I am getting ready to go look at a 65ST60 to buy and I have downloaded these slides to a USB drive to take with me to check for banding, screen uniformity and burn in (white slide for burn in/uniformity and green slide for banding IIRC). I am worried a bit as I was told his 85 y.o. grandmother watched QVC regularly and that you can faintly see the Q from the logo but he also said you cannot see it when watching anything...guess I will find out.
As to not look like an ass, all I have to do is plug in the USB drive and go to the USB input and select the slide wanted?? I did this years ago on my Panny G25 but forget exactly how it worked. I am sure it is somewhere in this thread but I did a search and did not see it so figured someone would have a quick answer for me.
Also, being that I am buying this used and there is a 99.9% chance it was not broken in per D-nices procedure. Would it make any difference at this point if I were to run slides now. My guess is no since the panel probably has a few thousand hours but figured I would ask. Does anyone know if there is an easy way for me to look at the panel hours while I am testing it out.
Either way I am pretty sure his setting will still look better than how it is now and I will probably use them but wanted to ask.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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