Plasmas for computer use??

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  1. RyanJE

    RyanJE Second Unit

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    i want to be able to hook up my comp to my TV and i want a plasma, would that be a problem?
     
  2. Leo Kerr

    Leo Kerr Screenwriter

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    It depends.

    It's very easy to fry a plasma screen (screen burn, that is,) with long-term computer use. The computer input, for safety, you need to crank the brightness and contrast about to 0. Then you still need to be cautious about what you run on it.

    Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?
     
  3. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Greetings

    Ever look at the Plasma displays at the airport lately? That's what happens to these displays when you do too much computering on them.

    Be responsible with your usage and it should be fine ...

    (responsible ... that's a loaded word)

    Regards
     

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