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I watch a good bit of movies in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio. In the past few days I've watched 2001, Where the Wild Things Are, No Country for Old Men, etc. Now, I do vary content and watch a lot of full-screen stuff as well and I generally will run the white scrolling bar at the end of a widescreen film.


However, I can still at times notice just the faintest bit of IR from the black bars even days later. I'm beginning to thing the panel is just aging this way now because of all the movies. Is this slight burn in something that plasma owners who watch a lot of movies over time just have to live with?


It's not the absolute worst, I can't even tell when content fills the screen... unless it's an almost fully black scene.

Anyone heard of the motorized TV that adjusts its frame size according to what you're watching?
 

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Does your TV have the scrolling bar anti-image retention feature?


When I use this any IR is completely erased.
 
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