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Other than not having direct light from behind, is there anything that can reduce the glare on a plasma screen? Perhaps a product that can be applied?

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If Tv has a more expensive filter,then I believe your suppose too have them at around eye level otherwise it may affect the viewing quality.If it does not have expensive filter like on cheaper plasmas then it's best too put it up high enough so your not looking into a mirror.

I remember on old CRT tvs if you left it long enough it would get a layer of dust on it,especially if you have fans in house blowing dust around.Doesn't look good having layer of dust on it though,but it reduced glare..
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If Tv has a more expensive filter,then I believe your suppose too have them at around eye level otherwise it may affect the viewing quality.If it does not have expensive filter like on cheaper plasmas then it's best too put it up high enough so your not looking into a mirror.

I remember on old CRT tvs if you left it long enough it would get a layer of dust on it,especially if you have fans in house blowing dust around.Doesn't look good having layer of dust on it though,but it reduced glare..

 

Well getting dusty won't be a problem :)

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