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I will be placing a Pioneer Kuro in a home that is occupied August through May. The home is unfortunately located in the Arizona area and the temperatures outside reach 110+ easily during summer months around noon, so the interior of the home can routinely hit 90+ degrees when the AC is off.


Is this something to be worried about? Would an LCD have been a better idea? Just seems like plasma's are a little more sensitive from what I've seen in the past.
 

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Won't hurt it at all. Operating a plasma in those kind of temps wouldn't be a good idea however..
 

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Originally Posted by joemama127 /forum/post/12883448


Won't hurt it at all. Operating a plasma in those kind of temps wouldn't be a good idea however..

Yep....it would be hard enjoying the Movie while sitting in a Puddle of Seat !!
 
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