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new lg rear pro dlp

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by jelly, Nov 2, 2003.

  1. jelly

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    yes all these little words sound pretty good but is the tv any good do i need to watch out for screen burn. your thoughts and opinions please
     
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    No screen burn with DLP.

    Watch for DLP rainbows - if you can see them, they may well become annoying.

    Otherwise - there have been various comments both good and bad about the 'qualities' of the image - you can only evaluate this for yourself.

    But make sure that, when you go look at one, it is being driven properly. Typical shop displays use very poor quality, shared signals, distributed using the worst possiblle protocol (RF). Get your retailer to play you a DVD from a player connected directly to the TV using the RGB protocol.

    Take a look at BOTH a pillar-boxed 4x3 image AND a letterboxed 2.35:1 (or so) image to check geomtery - I have seen one in which this was very poor, but it might have been an isolaed case. There is no good reason why geometry should be anything less than perfect.
     

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