Something strange regarding Phosphor trails....


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i went to my Panny dealer a few weeks back and tested a G10 as i have never had plasma before. i played Gears of War 2 on it and saw no trace of Phosphor trails. Woopee, i ordered a V10. Had it installed yesterday and now i see them, so does my gf. Nothing major, but they are there. Is this a case of they may settle down after a few hundred hours running in? Or is it due to it being a different screen??


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They will settle down over a few hundren hours, don't worry too much. Turning contrast down can also help, but that's not always a good thing to do so just let it settle, the phosphors will burn more harshly when they're brand spanking new :D


Active Member
Sounds good. They are not that bad, so i guess after a few hundred hours they will hardly show.

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