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Old 10-20-2013, 01:09 PM   #166  
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I *thought* that's what you meant, but I wasn't sure. My wife usually doesn't watch more than an hour or two of 4:3 at a time, so hopefully it won't be an issue. Thanks again.
Try to use it in the full screen mode til breakin is done ( this will help to breakin phosphors and help reduce susceptibility to IR). And the st60 has excellent 'on-board' orbiting pixel programs to help reduce probabilities of permanent IR.
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Old 11-03-2013, 05:05 PM   #167  
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I originally posted this in the Calibration forum. Read it and all other data to make up your own mind on the procedure.

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It's a very nice write up but quite off topic. People are not interested in breaking in their sets so they will have a better picture.

People are interested in breaking in their sets so they don't get image retention. I can't see any way you could test two sets for that, unfortunately.
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I can't see any way you could test two sets for that, unfortunately.
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In conclusion, some empirical data from my own testing.

I bought two panels from a manufacturer just about two years ago. One got the slide protocol, the other was used normally right from the box. Both displays were calibrated to ISF/smpte standards and I realize this might cause some eyebrows to furl. The calibration to d65 did not affect the test IMO, but the accurately set up black and white levels may have. Since calibration of the black/white levels can be done by anyone with a DVD player, the assumption could be made that it should be done if possible.

The results from current Calibrations and measurements show no appreciable difference from baseline data gathered when new. Even the color points rgbycm have not diminished in intensity after two thousand + hours on both displays.
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People are not interested in breaking in their sets so they will have a better picture.
Based on your opinion you might add.

My original Myth and Legends post here for those interested in a two year old thread:

http://www.highdefforum.com/1222901-post1.html

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Old 12-10-2013, 08:27 AM   #169  
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Hi Guys!

Quick question how many hours does it take using Scrolling feature to fully break in the Samsung PN51F5300 TV? Also does it have to have specific setting(Brightness, contrast, etc,) to use Scrolling feature? Best Pixel Shift settings? Thanks for your help.
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