Help: pressure mark on plasma

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  1. anh_duong

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    I have just received an lg 50pc55 and i am very happy but there is a slight blemish that isn't visible unless there is a light reflecting from it and the screen is black. The blemish is hardly visible. Should I replace the screen? There are no problems replacing the screen.
     
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    If the problem troubles you then I would replace the screen.

    What do you think of it, picture, sound, etc?

    BTW Where did you get the 50PC55 and is it actually a 1080p panel?
     
  3. anh_duong

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    i was thoroughly impressed with the 50pc55. i have never had a large flat panel before and the colour and picture quality was awesome. since i a novice in my experiences with flat panel displays take my advice with a pinch of salt. nevertheless i think it is excellent. i paid 1100 pounds for it which is not bad. the screen accepts 1080p but turns it into 1080i i think. so it is not native 1080p. search on google/lg website for the 42pc55 instructions to get the full manual. i tested it with my ps3 (games and blu-ray) and also computer and the display was perfect. very bright display with little ghosting/retention on very low power/contrast/brightness setting.
     
  4. choddo2006

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    it's 1366x768 so that's what it converts 1080p to.
     

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