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RE: 65ST50 or 55VT50

You wont get better settings than doing this....

 

http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457

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RE: 65ST50 or 55VT50

ellisdj wrote:

You wont get better settings than doing this....

 

http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457

I'll not contradict the magazine star ellisdj, but this goes into very, very great detail, and does need extra equipment, like the meter.

streetball wrote:

The tv is great!!! already used to the size and the other two tvs that I have (40 and 46 inches). 

 

Is there maybe something missing from this sentence?

streetball wrote:

Still waiting for those optimal settings... 

If you go back to the links in my post number 4 of this thread on Tuesday 25 September, the review in AV Forums by Mark Hodgkinson takes you to this test results page

http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Panasonic-ST50-TX-P50ST50B-P42ST50B-P55ST50B-P65ST50B-65-Inch-3D-Plasma-TV-Review_302/Test_Results.html

However, maybe simplest of all are the settings that are given in the Cnet review of the American 55" version of your lovely 65" ST50, again via my previous post, but here

http://forums.cnet.com/7723-19410_102-559444/panasonic-tc-p55st50-picture-settings/?tag=StickyWin_1332962727578;createThreadPopup

(Sorry, don't know why these links are not showing as active. You'll just have to copy and paste them into a separate internet browser window.)

 

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