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Discussion in 'Televisions' started by mikejo, May 26, 2004.

  1. mikejo

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    can anyone tell me if it is ok to use ps2 on rear projection tv just ordered one and heard a lot about this problem can you use them only if you dont leave the game paused or put the tv on standby
     
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    Hi there,
    My kids play xbox/ps2 on my toshiba and I haven't suffered any screenburn yet (4 months now). I've told them not to leave the game paused etc but what they do when I'm not about who knows.

    Mike
     
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    I used a PS2 and XBOX on a Toshiba RPTV for nearly two years and never had a problem with screen burn

    John
     
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    I've used my XBOX for 12mths on my Sony KP44PX2 with no problems at all.
    Prince of Persia was just incredible in 44" format. I actually got a queezy feeling with some of the games high rise/rooftop moments.
     
  5. captaindobie

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    Used GC & XBOX on a Sony KP44PS2 for over a year now with no problems at all.
    Like Plasma, if you keep the contrast & brightness settings at sensible levels and refrain from using pause during gameplay for overly long periods, there should really be no issues.
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