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Xbox or Ps3 on a Plasma Tv

My qs is, Do you guys play your Xbox & PS3 on a plasma Tv? I played my ps2 on it and i noticed a shadow of the game i was playing on the screen. I know they say that its not good to play for alot of hours on it cuz it might burn in. For those that have plasma's ,do you see the same thing? I have a Pioneer 42" Plasma
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i play 360 on my panny plasma all the time, no issues.

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Trade in that plasma for an LCD. They rawk the house. True story.

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As you watch other normal t.v. it will wash away. It is called image rentention and happens with fixed content, station logos, huds from video games, ect..

You're supposed to watch t.v. after as long as you played. Is your Plasma new?

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I have yet to come across a 50 inch LCD with a picture as good as my Pio.. but that's just me.
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i play 360 on my panny plasma all the time, no issues.
You may have a little IR if you play for a long time with a fixed Hud or something. It's difficult to notice unless you're on a white or light gray fixed screen.. If your display is mature. it's gone in no time. The only reason I noticed is I went looking for some by putting gray side bars on..
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Its about 1 yr old. I play the ps2 for about 4-5 hours once in a great while. I sometimes play for just about 2 hours CoD2 online. I notice the shadow on grey and white screens. It doesnt look that bad but just seeing the shadows bother me.
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This has nothing to do with Plasma vs. LCD. It has everything to do with WHAT plasma set you have, or HOW the PS2 is connected.

I'm assuming your Pioneer is NOT and Elite set. I have the same Panasonic set that Vcook has and Xbox looks awesome on it. The non-Elite Pioneer sets are on the cheaper-end. Are you using the S-Video cable or Component cables?

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My Pioneer is an Elite. You can get IR on any Plasma if you have a fixed image on for long enough, especially if your contrast is jacked up.

The technology between the Elite and standard Pioneers has little to do with limiting IR. The Elite has more options for customizing picture quality, the exterior set top box and a few other little things (2 year warranty).

I bet I can create some IR on your Panny but my point is it will wash away over time. All Plasma's can suffer from IR unless they have a pixel shift feature.. Cables also have nothing to do with this.

By the way, check out this ultra thin Plasma Pioneer unveiled at the 08' CES show. 3/8 of an inch thick.


http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22528503/



It is supposed to shut down light to all dark areas of the screen..

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