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My Mits 65" HD Diamond widescreen although awesome at night, is very difficult to view during daylight hours. Should I be concerned or is this just something I have to live with?
 

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The obvious answer is light control. Either by adding room darkening drapes, blinds or curtains to the room that houses your TV, or by moving it to a different room that can be darkened.


What you don't want to do is to crank the brightness and contrast. This will increase the chance for burn-in, and cause premature aging of the phosphers.
 

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Crank up the contrast during the day and move it back down at night. That is why you bought an RPTV otherwise you could've bought an FPTV. You don't want it to last forever do you? I have a 10 year old Mits 45" that still has an extremely bright picture with this type of usage. I doubt if anyones room is brighter during the day than mine.





[This message has been edited by Bill (edited 07-24-2001).]
 
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