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Pioneer 434 (wobble circuits)

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by anders260, Dec 29, 2003.

  1. anders260

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    Apparantly some of the newer plasma equipment features special "wobble circuits" which actually wobble the picture very slightly so that the any on-screen logos are actually being moved across several pixels albeit very un-noticable, but presumably helping reduce the potential for screen burn.

    does the PIO 434 have this feature?
     
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    no.. though any residual images i have experienced on mine have gone away after a couple of minutes of the home gallery slide show.
     
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    are you sure?,
    BTW will the powersave feature reduce burn in's ( does it only reduce the contrast?)
    are there any other features that helps to reduce the risk of screen burns ( on pio 434 )
     

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