screen burn

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by mikehb, Oct 24, 2005.

  1. mikehb

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    been into Comet, Currys looking for HD plasma's all salesmen tell me screen bun not a problem on modern t,v,'s can not find any reviews from trade mags on this Q any one know any answers :lease:
     
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    Try having a read through the plasma forum.
     
  3. Kramer

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    I wouldn't be too concerned about burning TBH. As has been said, plenty of info & advice in the plasma forum.

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  4. Stephen Neal

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    Yep - and although plasmas are far more susceptible to screen burn, I've seen some pretty badly burned LCDs as well - though in more extreme situations.
     
  5. nigelbb

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    Just ask the salesman to put that in writing & you are totally covered if it ever happens to your newly purchased plasma.
     
  6. Lionheart

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    Anyway you are breaking one of the commandments of the AV salesman...Thou Shalt not mention screen burn in his sight.
     

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