Stupid question - but do these sets actually get better and better with usage? I swear that my 65" B6P has better picture quality now than when I originally set it up. Some of it may be because of settings, but I *swear* that the amount of "noise" has been reduced since I originally set it up.
While I've only had the set a few days, this TV is on A LOT (I'd say at least 16 hours a day, sometimes more). I have been going out of my way to make sure to power it off as much as possible (I used to just leave my old TV on even if I was going to be away from it for a while). For example, if I went upstairs into my home office for an hour or two, I would just leave the TV on. Bad habit, I guess But with this set, I'm making a point to turn it off if I'm going to be away from it for more than 15 minutes, so that it runs it's "compensation" cycles.
But like I said, I swear that the picture quality has gotten better on this thing after some usage (and compensation cycles). Am I just imagining this or is that actually possible?
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