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Old 03-02-2013, 05:33 PM   #16
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The new plasmas are not immune from burn in. However; they are a lot better than they used to be. You just have to make sure you view a variety of things on it. Also don't pause TV or video games for long periods of time. If you play lot is video games on it, make sure you view some HD TV for a while. My one Panny plasma I have is a little over 7 years old. We have not had any issues with image retention or burn in. My kids play a lot of wii and ps3 on it. I just make sure to view some HD channels on it also.

Just make sure you don't get the cheapest plasma you find. Get a good brand name. Like Panasonic or Samsung. Panasonic is the top plasma maker out there.
Not impossible for them to get burn in but with image shift, etc, its very rare.
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