|Originally posted by Curt Palme|
That looks pretty darn useable to me. Looks like you can see a bit of wear on the right side. I'm guessing maybe 4000 hours of use? the rest of the hours were put on while the set was not projecting light.
|Originally posted by cmjohnson|
If you're running an HTPC, you can create a negative burn mask with PhotoShop (and a good digital camera) and use that mask to even out the response. Reports from those who are experimenting with it are that it can work EXTREMELY well, to the point that a pretty well burned CRT can still throw a picture that has NO visible burns or shadows even on a white screen.
It can even be used like multizone contrast modulation as well.
I would like to experiment with it myself, but I don't have PhotoShop and my HTPC is a primitive little thing that would choke on the workload. I guess it's enough that a Celeron 300 can even work well as a DVD player.
|Originally posted by RODDMOD|
This is unwatchable. I can't believe you guys are talking about burn in. If this is the best you can get this sell it and buy a RPTV. If anyones CRT projector looks like this you need help. IMO.