Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by daxie, Oct 19, 2005.
Are you able to rub the pixels directly, or is there a glass screen in front?
Most LCD's dont have glass screen covers as this reverses the anti-reflective advantage they have over plasmas !
Its a bit of a pain really as I have a 9 month old son who takes much joy at bashing the hell out of our current 32" CRT screen !
I will just have to get Accidental cover instead ;-)
I know, it's about this particular model I'm talking...
Come on, I need more votes.
Please only people who own this set (or who have tried).
A big explanation (and big news!) will come afterwards.
Don;t know if you can rub them or not but I went to see this model yesturday and it does not have a glass screen in front...no Sony screens do as far as I am aware as it increases glare.
You want to know if you can re-activate some stuck pixels ? I've heard about that elsewhere but can't see it working in all instances...depends why the pixel is stuck.
No LCD TV screens have glass in front of them.
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