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Panasonic 9UK "Eliminates" burn-in???  

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I noticed one of the supposed improvements to the new 9UK Panny lineup is some kind of proprietary plasma technology that they claim makes it far less prone to burn-in... they're claiming it's no worse than a CRT. Does anyone have any details? thx!
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They have been claiming that since the 7th Generation Models. ;) :)
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The 9th gen certainly has improved with burnin resistence but it's still not as good as CRT in this area.
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The 8th gen (7th too?) was rated at 60,000 hours half-life for the phosphors. If I watch a TV for almost 7 years straight - 24 hours a day to get it down to half brightness, I need to go get a life ;)

-Jerry C.
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Originally Posted by JerryNY
The 8th gen (7th too?) was rated at 60,000 hours half-life for the phosphors. If I watch a TV for almost 7 years straight - 24 hours a day to get it down to half brightness, I need to go get a life ;)
-Jerry C.
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