DLP Samsung question

Discussion in 'Displays' started by AdamMorehead, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. AdamMorehead

    AdamMorehead Auditioning

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    Just picked up a 43" Samsung DLP on a good deal from Circuit City. I have searched around and need to know definitively: does a DLP set 'burn in', image wise? Also the second day I had it, I turned it on and it did not fire up, the third time I tried it it did. Should I be concerned?

    Thanks for all of everyones advice. I have been lurking around for a year, and with all the opinions I have gathered I have built a nice little system. Pioneer Elite 45 recviever. A Pioneer elite 43 DVD player. HDTV Scientific Atalnta cable DVR, Monster 300 power distribution center. A PS2. Mission 782 towers, 78cs center, 78ds rears, and a Mission 250 Subwoofer. Monster 1.25 spkr wire, towers are biamped. Monster 1.0 wire for the center. Monster crap for the rears. All Monster THX certified audio RCA and Optical cable. MCM component cables.

    Thanks again!!

    Adam
     
  2. Scott Merryfield

    Scott Merryfield Executive Producer

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    Neither DLP, LCoS nor LCD technologies suffer from burn-in. Both CRT and plasma are susceptible to burn-in.
     

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