I've read a lot of really good things about this TV. It sounds like it's still to gold standard for Plasma TVs. It's in like new condition and not heavily used over the 2 years that the current owner has had it. Still it seems steep for a TV that came out in 2008. Does anyone out there that owns one or is familiar with this have a strong opinion? Thanks in advance for your advice!
My significant other uses a Kingston DataTraveler 100 to watch video files on this DVD player, but some videos stutter on playback. Deleting other large files from the drive sometimes solves the problem, but not always. He's borrowed my Sony Micro Vault USM-J in those cases, and it seemed to work fine, but he can't keep borrowing my personal drive just to watch TV. Any recommendations for a drive that can handle the transfer better?
when actually DJing with them in front of club monitors), etc? Comfort and durability are something both seem to boast heavily (though I do hear that the Pioneers are built like a tank)...
There's one bit of nuisance I've never quite figured out about the XMP3 player: How do you manage the auto-play section? You can turn it on/off, and you can decide which channels get the auto-record, but I can't figure out exactly when the auto recording happens (I believe it's whenever I switch to the channel, but sometimes it doesn't happen), or how do delete an auto record (it doesn't allow you to in the XM music manager).
Being able to charge the batteries in the base unit is kinda sweet, but the recharger is the kind that uses a third contact, further up the negative side of the battery, so the batteries need a band around the bottom to recharge in it. Anyone know where I can find such batteries for sale?
My PDP-5070HD or PU has started having a blinking blue power/standby light that comes on a various times when the TV his off. It started maybe a year ago and it seems to be getting worse. I think it blinks 10 times, pauses, and then blinks again. It seems to just be annoying. I didn't see anything about this problem in the owner's manual. Does anyone know what this is or why it happens?
Alright, I've put it off as long as could be considered reasonable, but it is now time for me to clean the screen. I am, frankly, freaked out about it. The instructions in the (otherwise excellent) manual are essentially "wipe it carefully with the supplied cloth, but not too hard or you'll scratch it". This has me even more freaked out. Anybody have any experience/tips?