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Old 02-20-2016, 10:36 AM   #241
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United Kingdom Panasonic TX-P60ZT65B Plasma TV THX Calibration Results and settings

Panasonic TX-P60ZT65B Plasma TV
THX Calibrated by Julian Scott http://www.displaycalibration.co.uk/...ur-calibrator/
Input Connection is HDMI 2
Picture Mode is Professional 2
Marantz NR1403 Reciever is the only device connected to the panel and all other devices connected to the Reciever.
The below results and settings are strictly for a pitch black room(night mode), the panel has been calibrated for day time use separately. But as the filter is so good on the screen I only use the Night Mode.





















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Just got my TC-P55 GT30 back from the shop. It had a dead circuit board. When they replaced it they got an error reading so reset everything back to factory. Stupid-like, I never wrote down my settings. I do have a couple questions.
Do I have to do the burn-in again with colour slides?
What is the recommended basic settings for my set? I do not want to get into Advanced menus and the like. I just want to bring it back to 'Life' and watch some films (and the new The Beatles blu that has been sitting on my coffee table for the past month.
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Hey gang, long time no see. I was wondering that if the settings in our Plasmas have to be tweaked from time to time? I got the S60 way back when (still going strong) and used calibrated settings found here on the blu-ray forums. But as our eyes get used to our TV's picture, and as the TV ages do those settings need to tweaked or changed. Just curious. Thanks a bunch!
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Recently did a "re-calibration" using the settings provided by Fairchild for Pany S50 and I think my TV is at a place I like it. At first the red color tint seemed a tad high, most noticeably in the face of certain actors under shaded or darker conditions but in all other lighting conditions flesh tones seem natural and not overly saturated. For some reason the first movie I put in to check colors, saturation, tones is Avengers 1. Just wanted to thank Fairchild for providing these so far back in the day and maybe still relevant today.


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Picture settings using HDMI for Cable HDTV (Optimum iO), and HTPC (AMD/ATI HD7870 with Pixel Format set to RGB 4:4:4 Full RGB + MadVR/Lav Filters). The viewing environment is in a dark room and a viewing distance of 6-10 feet (although these settings also work for daytime viewing for me). Calibration was done using an i1Display2 colorimeter which was profiled off my Colormunki Photo spectrometer + ColorHCFR fork software and the AVS HD709 window patterns with 100% color window patterns. (37 ftl measured at 100 IRE avg gs de of 2.3 (6.6 at 10 IRE and 4.8 at 20 IRE). avg color de of 0.85 with solid saturation tracking with gamma of 2.23)



Picture Settings (currently using HDMI for Cable HDTV (Optimum iO), and HTPC. The viewing environment is in a dark room and a viewing distance of 6-10 feet (although these settings also work for daytime viewing for me). Mascior's 4% APL window patterns with 100% color 4% APL window patterns using i1D2 colorimeter profiled against my Colormunki Photo spectrometer. (38 ftl measured at 100 IRE avg gs de of 2.8 (7.1 at 20 IRE and 5.7 at 30 IRE). avg color de of 0.94 with gamma of 2.37)
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