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screenburn concern on pw7

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by pioneerman, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. pioneerman

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    I have the mediabox the picture through component is very good,progressive scan. my picture quality through the scart rgb on sky and playstation 2 is also very good.but at some stage i will sell the media box and go the other route js etc. one thing that does concern me is the lack of features mainly the screensaver and the wobble,which if i understand it correctly-its unnoticeable to the eye but moves the picture very slightly to aviod screenburn.also without this function can anyone recommend the maximum time to have a paused image on screen ie. my sky plus and logos,this does concern me,as im sure it would other media box owners.
     
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    don't get too concerned. Don't have the picture on 'dynamic' (which looks too garish to me anyway). Most of the channels with logos tend to have ad breaks every 10-15 mins, so simply channel hop then! (better than sitting through another 'sweety the chick' ringtone ad anyway!)
     
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    The PW7 appears to be almost bomb proof as far as screen burn is concerned. Don't leave it with a static image for 4+ hours, probably don't run it in dynamic mode which looks horrible anyway - otherwise don't worry.

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    i have it set on cinema,with low contrast and brightness but about half way on sharpness.thanks for the reply piers. :smashin:
     
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    The same settings as me Fella..... Looks good doesnt it :smashin:

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