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post #1 of 3 Old 02-08-2013, 10:40 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello,

I have been reading a number of threads about burn in being a thing of the past and would like clarification for someone who has a new plasma as I'll probably get a ZT when they come out. When they say it is a thing of the past is it because it doesn't happen at all or because you can run an image retention program to get rid of the issue? I noticed it on my older version 10 plasma and the retention program cleared it up. I'm curious if it is still necessary to run a retention program or it just doesn't happen.
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When they say it is a thing of the past

...it's because they don't really know any better.

Phosphors still fade, always will.
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Good to know. Thanks
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