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Should I worry about burn-in on a TH-37PA30??

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by pisfin, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. pisfin

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    Hi there,

    I'm thinking of buying a flat screen TV, and I want to buy a Panasonic TH-37PA30. But I'm very worried about the risk of burn-in, beacuse I'm not very interested in a TV where I shall keep an eye on TV-logos and can't see TV in a 4:3 aspect. But what are your experiences about this TV? Has anybody experienced burn-in?

    Because of my worries I'm thinking of saving up some more money and buy me a Philips 32PF9976 og 32PF9986 instead. Can you help me?
     
  2. njr

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    Theres no need to worry IMO, Panasonic plasmas are the most burn in proof plasmas you can buy. Just make sure contrast is turned down from initial factory settings and forget about it.
     
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    Ive left VH1 on for hours on end whilst decorating and its not had a problem with image retension etc. in fact the most annoying thing about leaving it on VH1 is that damn crazy frog advert ;)
     

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