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    Last question, I promise (or will try to anyway).

    For my KURO and Panasonic ST, I did the calibration disc of images to break it in before adjusting the calibrations settings. Then, it was ready to watch. Do I need to do the same thing for my LED?

    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I've only had plasmas and am used to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanT View Post
    Last question, I promise (or will try to anyway).

    For my KURO and Panasonic ST, I did the calibration disc of images to break it in before adjusting the calibrations settings. Then, it was ready to watch. Do I need to do the same thing for my LED?

    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I've only had plasmas and am used to that.
    Not a dumb question, as you said, you've mostly used plasmas :-)

    With an LED-LCD there's no phosphors , so there's no need for a break in period. So you can just set it up and enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanT View Post
    Last question, I promise (or will try to anyway).

    For my KURO and Panasonic ST, I did the calibration disc of images to break it in before adjusting the calibrations settings. Then, it was ready to watch. Do I need to do the same thing for my LED?

    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I've only had plasmas and am used to that.
    As mentioned there are no phosphors so don't waste your time. The plasma break-in period was recommended because it evenly ages the phosphors during the first 100-300 hours of use, thus making it easier to properly calibrate. If you weren't going to have a professional calibration, then that issue becomes moot too. Most people that purchased plasma TV's never used the break-in method, and wouldn't have a clue to what you were saying if you mentioned it to them. Also, IR has nothing to do with the break-in method.
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