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Please verify you're not a robot by clicking the box. All it does is watch the idle time, once it reaches 60 seconds and if a playback is active (Live tv or video), it closes all dialogs (including OSD, channel list, These aren't just Plasma displays. find quote bfrigon Junior Member Posts: 6 Joined: Aug 2014 Reputation: 0 Location: Montreal, Qc, Canada 2014-08-10 23:23 Post: #2 Don't know if you tried that already...

in particular i've seen TFT screens on former highend apple powerbooks (G4 era, 2 - 4 years old, forgot the exact model number) that looked absolutely nasty. Blog Download Wiki Bugtracker Search Help Create Account Login Continue to North America (English) website> North America English (United States) español francais South America português español English Europe, Middle East and It's good to know I didn't miss out on anything then.Click to expand... KHAndAnimeMember Since: July 9, 2009Posts: 17191KHAndAnimeFollowForum Posts: 17191Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#9 Posted by KHAndAnime (17191 posts) - 3 years, 4 months [email protected] said:@KHAndAnime said: @Geminon said: @BSC14

Jump to... Ghosting or Image Retention is when some of the previous image stays behind and causes a bit of a ghosting effect in dark scenes. the screen saver should kick in enough to let the pixels 'warm' down.

It will be for both regular tv/movies and maybe games as well.Is burn-in still an issue and how can you avoid it?no, burn in is not still an issue...HOWEVER...YES long term, Image retention =/= burn-in. nohumanape, Sep 30, 2013 ipoop2much No Longer a Noob Joined: Jan 26, 2011 Messages: 1,238 Date Posted: Sep 30, 2013 #43 nohumanape said: ↑ ipoop2much said: ↑ zepfya02 said: ↑ Plasma But I love the PQ on Plasma.

LEARN MORE ยป Sections Home Search Skip to content Skip to navigation View mobile version The New York Times Technology|Q&A; On a Plasma TV Screen, Ghosts of Images Past Search Subscribe Anyway, what exactly is ghosting?Click to expand... I'm trying to minimize the ghosting by running screen clearing videos (scrolling bars, etc. but the desktop is always the same.

for gaming and use with a PC.... Most people aren't aware of this fact. It's good to know I didn't miss out on anything then. Oh, and my Plasma has the 600Hz and it looks like pretty much equal to any 120/240Hz LCD Motion Smoother, and by that I mean equally terrible.

No one calls them LCD.Click to expand... Urantian01 The Singularity Joined: Mar 17, 2005 Messages: 9,068 Date Posted: Sep 27, 2013 #12 geraldgslee said: ↑ "How to prevent plasma burn-in?" Buy an LED, no worries. This is an issue that never even occurred to me to address! Sorry about the bug report, Went back to USB install and its fine.

Thank you for subscribing. It was problematic on old Plasma displays but is non existent today. See next articles See previous articles Site Navigation Site Mobile Navigation Advertisement Supported by Technology | Q&A Q&A; On a Plasma TV Screen, Ghosts of Images Past By J.D. IR is non-issue at this point (unless you abuse your Plasma's brightness settings).

God I hate that feature.Click to expand... USE TO PREVENT SCREEN BURN-IN AND STUCK PIXELS!!! Today 05:49 AM by Squirrel! 47k 10452 Attachment(s) Which Album (CD or Vinyl) Are you listening to now Today 05:49 AM by smasher50 1k 70 Attachment(s) Official JVC RS520/RS620 (X7500/X9500) Owner's Image retention =/= burn-in.

ONLY $2.99 USD (REGULAR PRICE $9.99 USD) Direct Download of .ISO Click "Buy Now" To Purchase Never before has fixing image retention, screen burn-in and stuck pixels on LED, LCD, HD, Okay, bye!was anyone arguing this? It really seems like the older plasmas are better for gaming though, not sure what happened in 2013.

And it certainly isn't an issue with today's plasma hdtvs.

but not much of a problem. These aren't just Plasma displays. My 2011 Panasonic Plasma is used almost exclusively for sports (which has LOTS of static imaging) - there's absolutely ZERO image retention after watching a game. If you bought a decent brand you won't have to do anything.

And it certainly isn't an issue with today's plasma hdtvs. BSC14Member Since: May 21, 2002Posts: 4187BSC14FollowForum Posts: 4187Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#19 Posted by BSC14 (4187 posts) - 3 years, 4 months ago OK so I'm going with ipoop2much, Oct 1, 2013 FearTheBaird likes this. Is a gray background the way to go?

I only notice it if the picture is still over time but it goes away almost immediately. it will provide the lowest response time and the best picture quality of any LED TV on the market. If by "suck ass" you mean "the best" then sure. GeminonMember Since: November 18, 2012Posts: 1177GeminonFollowForum Posts: 1177Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Edited by Geminon (1177 posts) - 3 years, 4 months [email protected] said: I'm considering getting a

In fact, all recently made Plasma TVs are relatively good about having little to no IR. I downloaded the DVD from their site at http://www.pixel-repair.com burned it and let it play non-stop on my DVD player for a few hours and it worked! BSC14Member Since: May 21, 2002Posts: 4187BSC14FollowForum Posts: 4187Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#18 Posted by BSC14 (4187 posts) - 3 years, 4 months [email protected] said:@Elann2008 said: @Geminon said: @Elann2008 zepfya02, Oct 1, 2013 ipoop2much No Longer a Noob Joined: Jan 26, 2011 Messages: 1,238 Date Posted: Oct 1, 2013 #47 zepfya02 said: ↑ It's really a myth that plasma is

For troubleshooting and bug reporting, read this first Interested in seeing some YouTube videos about Kodi? And it certainly isn't an issue with today's plasma hdtvs. if you are going to have static images on the screen like UIs for games, icons and such for desktop, logos for TV stations... My set, the Panasonic tc-p65vt50,highest rated set in 2012 is rated at 24 Ms.

It's likely not going to work terribly well after about 3 years, and definitely going to be sketchy by 5. Why do you think that all computers and most TV's have a screen saver mode? I really would have preferred to get the plasma because of its smooth 600 Hz refresh rate. Invalid email address.

You really have to do something stupid at this point. We would love to hear from you. AVSForum.com is not sponsored by or in any way affiliated with AV Science Inc. They will no longer manufacture them beyond 2013 and Panasonic has the best black levels.

Our DVD is autoplaying and auto-repeating so you can leave it running unattended for as long as you need without worry! I tried to do 50% games, 50% full-screen movies in the beginning.