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Panasonic TCP42X1 Settings Help

by Punisher10124 / February 4, 2010 10:42 AM PST

Just got the Panasonic TCP42X1. I burnt the breakin disc, so how many hours should i run it? Can i still watch bluray movies and play games during the breakin procedure? What settings should i have the tv on? I havnt watched a bluray movie on this tv yet but i have on my vizio 42" 1080p VO420E, will the quality be better on the plasma? And does anyone own one oh these plasmas? If so how do you like it?

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