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 Post subject: Re: Are Plasma generally better than LCD flat panels for LD?
PostPosted: 11 Oct 2018, 14:45 
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nissling wrote:
substance wrote:
I will likely sell my Pioneer Elite Pro-141FD Signature Edition soon. It is the best TV I have owned but I have invested so much into 4K.

Isn't the 141FD a monitor?

Personally I find it much more depressing that 90% of all sets sold are only used in torch mode, making everything look awful. As a colorist and purist I find it almost offensive.


It is a monitor. No tuner, no audio/speakers, no pedestal or stand. They removed all of these components that would compromise the performance. It was Pioneer’s latest generation flagship model in 60”. Signature version means hand picked panel from the assembly line, hand assembled by one technician and factory break in of 200 hours. You get a nice letter with the engineers signature.

I am the original owner. It was $7000 + tax. I ran break in patterns for another 200 hours before I ever watched anything on this display. I only watched movies on it, no sports or tv with banners or anything. It’s been professionally calibrated each year. I kept all the original box, content etc. never used its remote control as I have a full automation system with serial control. It’s has been plugged into a panamax surge surpresor it’s entire life. I also used a Lumagen Radiance for further calibration for its entire life. I don’t think a cleaner example exists. I will include a BDI stand/pedestal which I paid additional $800. Audioquest power cord ($200). Local pick up only from Shrewsbury, MA
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