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Old 02-11-10, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default Panasonic killing phosphor trails with VT25?

We all know the horror of phosphor trails on plasmas and motion blur on LCD:s. Hopefully Panasonic can kill the trails found on plasmas with their upcoming VT25 series:

http://hdguru.com/ces-2010-report-an...anasonic/1269/

“New phosphors and circuits allow the red and green phosphors to shorten their decay time by 66% preventing overlap of the left and right images (crosstalk), which is seen as ghost images.”

http://forums.gametrailers.com/threa...8212;lc/996149

“Because the 3D technology demands more from the plasma’s phosphors, Panasonic is introducing entirely new ones. With new red and green phosphors, the decay time has been cut significantly so phosphor lag should be a thing of the past.”

If this new set delivers it could be the one to have if you´re a blur hater like me
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Old 03-27-10, 05:42 AM   #2
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Default Re: Panasonic killing phosphor trails with VT25?

Check out the car pictures posted at avforums regarding phosphor trails on the VT20 model:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasm...rt-2-a-32.html

VERY promising
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Default Re: Panasonic killing phosphor trails with VT25?

I hope I can get this before the World Cup starts...the black levels on the V series are very close to the Kuros, which has me very interested in a 50VT25 I just hope the bezel isn't brown.
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Default Re: Panasonic killing phosphor trails with VT25?

The new VT30 seem to have even faster decaying phosphors. 30% faster than the VT25 if remember correctly.
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