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Is it normal with the Samsung DLP's [HLN467W] for the picutre to gently flicker or get bright and dim as it is starting up?


Just wondering if this is normal.


Thanks.


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That's happening with mine. I don't really think it's anything to worry about. The one thing that worries me is eye fatigue. I find my eyes tend to heart after watching the tv for awhile. You??
 

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That's happening with mine. I don't really think it's anything to worry about. The one thing that worries me is eye fatigue. I find my eyes tend to heart after watching the tv for awhile. You??
Here is a thread where you can get some information about eye fatigue.


Most people don't have a problem. Most of the people who do are able to get over it with a short period of time and/or some tips. There are a few that can't and will not be able to enjoy DLP sets. Check out this thread.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...26#post2700726
 

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When I've viewed the DLPs in the stores I've gotten headaches or "eye strain" (pressure buildup) after watching the set for 15 minutes or so. However, I think this is mainly due to me trying to focus in on the picture so intently. Seing HDTV makes me want to try and capture it all and not miss a single frame. In the post that htwaits references, one of the posters makes a good point: remember to blink!!


I think that if I watched a DLP long enough my eyes would adjust to watching it and the eye problems will go away.
 

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Originally posted by digi
Is it normal with the Samsung DLP's [HLN467W] for the picutre to gently flicker or get bright and dim as it is starting up?


Just wondering if this is normal.


Thanks.


digi,
On my unit, this also occurs....
 
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