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So - Plasma for cooler basements (pun intended) and the best motion? My Dad had a plasma set and motion was excellent - - absolutely no judder, whatsoever. Fantastic for all sports - - especially fast moving hockey.

By the way, on my old Plasma, I have a dead sub-pixel. Should I worry about it?

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I was never a big fan of the 3D TV's. My S60 doesn't draw that kind of heat and I have never experience any noticeable phosphor trails.



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How did the lack of 3D change the image for plasma? Both of mine are 3D, I thought that 3D didnt have any effect unless it was switched on.
Power draw/heat I'm sure is more/less noticeable on case by case basis, some people have AC, or large rooms, or other factors that would negate the heating effect and likely would never notice. In my case I would always notice the room would warm up with the TV on. With the OLED I dont notice the room change temperature.
Sadly the S60 lacks a black filter on the screen, for some thats a deal breaker.
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How did the lack of 3D change the image for plasma? Both of mine are 3D, I thought that 3D didnt have any effect unless it was switched on.
Power draw/heat I'm sure is more/less noticeable on case by case basis, some people have AC, or large rooms, or other factors that would negate the heating effect and likely would never notice. In my case I would always notice the room would warm up with the TV on. With the OLED I dont notice the room change temperature.
Sadly the S60 lacks a black filter on the screen, for some thats a deal breaker.

I have no issue with the PQ, but I have found that most people who complain about their plasma's running hot have 3D models, many of which have fans which at times have been problematic. The S60 does not. Since my room has controlled lighting, I find the AR filter more of a minus then a plus, since it reduces brightness on a display that is already dim enough.


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Which Panasonics have the AR filter? ZT60 only?

Which have 3D?
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So - Plasma for cooler basements (pun intended) and the best motion? My Dad had a plasma set and motion was excellent - - absolutely no judder, whatsoever. Fantastic for all sports - - especially fast moving hockey.

By the way, on my old Plasma, I have a dead sub-pixel. Should I worry about it?


No. A couple of dead pixels even on a new PDP was considered acceptable and most warranties didn't cover it.


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Which Panasonics have the AR filter? ZT60 only?

Which have 3D?


All 3D Panasonic plasma sets have AR filters. Any set with a 'T' in front of it's number, is 3D.


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I'm intrigued that most people say the VT60/ST60/ZT60 TVs have a better picture than a Kuro and yet most people seem to prefer a Kuro overall.
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All 3D Panasonic plasma sets have AR filters. Any set with a 'T' in front of it's number, is 3D.

I think the UT50 is the sole exception. IIRC, this one did not have an AR Filter.







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Im not sure if the VT/ZT60 had the phosphor trails of the ST60, if not that would be a better way to go. If I was looking for another plasma I would keep an eye out for a Samsung F8500 or a last gen Kuro.
You mention phosphor trails as a negative with the seeming implication that this is a negative that anyone will experience. But the ability to see them is only suffered by a fairly small minority of viewers. For those who can see them, it's certainly understandable to be a deal breaker for them. But for most viewers it wasn't an issue during the plasma-era.
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For the individual who sees them, it is certainly real. YMMV as always, similar to the specter of motion blur and SOE and motion peculiarities in general.
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I'm intrigued that most people say the VT60/ST60/ZT60 TVs have a better picture than a Kuro and yet most people seem to prefer a Kuro overall.
Who are these "most" people? ST60 certainly didn't better the Kuro, and the only consensus I've seen on the other 2 is that they just about measured up with the stock Kuro TV (with tweaking, it could deliver even deeper blacks, and the monitors also surpassed the black levels of the final Panasonics with no tweaking required). The rest of the comparisons have all centered around hairsplitting various performance parameters.
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You mention phosphor trails as a negative with the seeming implication that this is a negative that anyone will experience. But the ability to see them is only suffered by a fairly small minority of viewers. For those who can see them, it's certainly understandable to be a deal breaker for them. But for most viewers it wasn't an issue during the plasma-era.
To be clear, I have never seen phosphor trails on any other plasma, only on my ST60. It will mostly go away after my eyes adjust, however being most of my viewing happens on my OLED now my eyes need to adjust virtually every time I turn on the ST60. I havent seen a VT60/ZT60 in person to see if its a 60 series thing or just the ST60, if I remember the panel between them was totally different.
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To be clear, I have never seen phosphor trails on any other plasma, only on my ST60. ....

OK, thanks for the further clarification.

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I havent seen a VT60/ZT60 in person to see if its a 60 series thing or just the ST60, if I remember the panel between them was totally different.

I think the ST60 actually used the same raw panel as the VT and ZT. It was only the S60/S64 that used a different (lesser quality) raw panel. That year (2013).
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I was never a big fan of the 3D TV's. My S60 doesn't draw that kind of heat and I have never experience any noticeable phosphor trails.

I never noticed any phosphor trails on my S60 either, and it puts out quite a bit less heat than the ST50 it replaced. However, it also doesn't get as bright and has a max power draw that is about 100 watts less. Frankly, I'd rather have the increased brightness and deal with the higher heat output. But that's me.
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I never noticed any phosphor trails on my S60 either, and it puts out quite a bit less heat than the ST50 it replaced. However, it also doesn't get as bright and has a max power draw that is about 100 watts less. Frankly, I'd rather have the increased brightness and deal with the higher heat output. But that's me.
The ST50 measured a peak brightness of 61 FTL compared to the S60's 58. No big deal. It's the more aggressive ABL that makes the S60 dimmer at times, but due to my viewing habits that doesn't bother me.


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The ST50 measured a peak brightness of 61 FTL compared to the S60's 58. No big deal. It's the more aggressive ABL that makes the S60 dimmer at times, but due to my viewing habits that doesn't bother me.

Yes, it's mainly the more aggressive ABL. A full screen white on the S60 only puts out like 12fL, where as the ST50 puts out like 18fL.
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Yes, it's mainly the more aggressive ABL. A full screen white on the S60 only puts out like 12fL, where as the ST50 puts out like 18fL.


IMO, for the over all viewing experience under controlled lighting, the improved blacks and detail of the S60 more then make up for it.




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