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Old 06-21-07, 08:11 PM   #17
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Default Re: projection vs Plasma

Originally Posted by AlphaWolf_HK
How is that supposed to work?

AFAIK the only "protection" that exists for burn in is turning off the screen, or using a screensaver. There is nothing that can stop the screen from aging unevenly, short of adding constant static to the screen which would ruin the picture quality.
That is where I was getting at; Auto Pixel Shift, Signal Pattern Processor, All White image. Some tools integrated within the set. Also some manufacturers are utilizing different phosphar gases in plasma display that allow for better resistance against burn in, I mean I personally have had my display over a year now and no signs of aging or burn-in as of yet

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