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Old 12-09-2009, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default Pixel Orbiter question for Panasonic Plasma.

With regards to my PX80U or any Panny plasma for that matter, I'm curious if the pixel orbiter shifts the image horizontally or vertically or both? I can't quite tell when I look at the screen when it shifts. The only thing that causes IR, since I only use my set for DVD's and BD's is letterbox films, and I was curious how the orbiter shifts the image. Anyone have any information?
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I thought I read that it moves pixles around??? Anyone??

How should this be set for break in??
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I thought I read that it moves pixles around??? Anyone??

How should this be set for break in??
You definitely want to leave it on, preferably at 1 or 2 minutes.
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Whats best for it..

1) Automatic

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2) Periodic (1,2,3,4)

I have the 42s1..Thanks
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Auto is fine in most cases.
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I've had it set to auto since the day i got my set almost 8 Months ago, and it's worked great for me, no noticeable image retention at all.
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Wouldn't periodic 1 be the best?
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I keep my PX80U set to 1 minute.

I have zero issues with IR even on letterbox.
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